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ANNUAL REPORT 

1981 - 1982 




DOCUMENTS DEPT. 

OCT 2 7 1982 

SAN FRANCISCO 
R A R V 



THE PARKING AUTHORITY 

CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 



PARKING AUTHORITY 



JOHN PATRICK SHORT, Chairman 

AMANCIO G. ERGINA 

FRANCIS H. LOUIE 

DONALD MAGNIN 

ACHILLE H. MUSCHI 



MARGARET L. BRADY, General Manager 



HONORABLE DIANNE FEINSTEIN, Mayor 
City and County of San Francisco 



THE SAN FRANCISCO PARKING AUTHORITY 

VEV1CATES 

The 1981/82 Annual Report 
to 




DONALD MAGWIW 
Mewbe*. 7967 - 1966 
CkaOiman 1966 - 1982 

The members and staff of the San Francisco Parking Authority hereby 
dedicate this Annual Report to Past President Donald Magnin for his 
21 years of distinguished service to the Parking Authority and to 
San Francisco. 



Donald Magnin was first appointed to the Parking Authority on February 
2, 1961 by Mayor Elmer Robinson. Reappointments were made by Mayors 
Christopher, Shelley, Alioto and Feinstein. He has served as Chair 
since December 1966, stepping down in January 1982, when he nominated 
Chair John Patrick Short. 

4 50349 SFPL= ECONO JRS 
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I first became acquainted with 
Chairman Magnin when I was 
appointed to the Parking Authority 
some three years ago. He splendid 
record of accomplishment is a 
justifiable source of pride to the 
Parking Authority and to his fellow 
San Franciscans. Mrs. Ergina and I 
extend our best wishes for many more 
years of rewarding services to his 
family and City. 

Amanco G. Ergina 




It has been a pleasure to work under the leadership of 
Donald Magnin as Chairman of the Parking Authority. His 
expertise and dedication made our sometimes unpleasant 
duties much easier. I wish Mr. Magnin continued succesf 
in his future endeavors and look forward to further 
pleasant association with him. 

Achille H. Muschi 




It is an honor and pleasure to be 
on the same board for so many years 
with Donald Magnin. Under his 
leaderhsip he practices what he 
preaches and that is, that the public 
is served. 

Francis H. Louie 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



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CHAIRMAN'S MESSAGE 

PARKING AUTHORITY ORGANIZATION 1 

PARKING AUTHORITY FUNCTION 1 

PARKING AUTHORITY BUDGET 2 

FACILITIES CONSTRUCTED AND IN OPERATION 3 

OFF-STREET PARKING PROJECTS 4 

PROJECTS APPROVED AND IN OPERATION 5 

FUNDS GENERATED BY PARKING AUTHORITY 

TO GENERAL FUND AND OTHER DEPARTMENTS 6 

REPORT OF GENERAL MANAGER MARGARET BRADY 7 

PRESENT STATUS OF 1947 PARKING BOND FUND 9 

COMPARATIVE STATEMENT 10 

METER COLLECTIONS NEIGHBORHOOD DISTRICTS 12 

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 13 

MAP OF PARKING FACILITIES 14 




Honorable Dianne Feinstein 

City and County of San Francisco 

200 City Hall 

San Francisco CA 94102 

Dear Mayor Feinstein: 

On behalf of the members of the Parking Authority and its staff, I 
submit herewith the report of the San Francisco Parking Authority 
for the fiscal year 1981/82. 

I have served as Chair since January 1982 and intend to carry out 
the long-range programs of retiring Chair, Donald Magnin, as well 
as seeking innovative ways to implement the needed off-street park- 
ing for San Francisco. 

Donald Magnin' s impressive record has established excellent guide- 
lines . 

The Parking Authority will continue working with the non-profit 
parking corporations to effect additional parking at Sutter-Stockton 
and to encourage transfer of surplus funds, where possible, to the 
General Fund. 

The Performing Arts Garage is in progress and should open for opera- 
tion by January 1983. After expenses, this facility will return over 
$500,000 annually to the City:. 

A new program of leasing sites where acquisition is too costly or 
not available has enabled an increase in neighborhood parking stalls. 
Laguna Honda School site (SFUSD) will add 52 stalls to the Inner 
Sunset; Geary at 17th Avenue (Merrills) will add 114 stalls to the 
Geary-Clement area; and Yerba Buena School (SFUSD) will temporarily 
add 52 spaces in the congested Marina area, while construction of 32 
additional stalls is proceeding on the Pierce Street facility. 

The Mission District will get 145 new stalls with the double decking 
of Mission-Bartlett. 

The Parking Authority will, for the first time, issue its own lease 
revenue bonds for the Moscone Center Garage (800 stalls) in late 
1982. 



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On May 20, 1982 the Parking Authority unanimously voted to return 
the title of its administrative office to General Manager. The 
Parking Law of 1949 and the Regulations of the Parking Authority 
provide for an appointed General Manager. The increased duties 
of the Parking Authority administrator, i.e. construction of four 
projects - Performing Arts Garage, Marina, Mission-Bartlett and 
Moscone Center - as well as leases and other activities demand 
top management. The Parking Authority members agreed that Margaret 
Brady's position be upgraded and so resolved. 

As an active member of the District Merchants of San Francisco, I 
shall be working closely with neighborhood groups to effect a 
rapport that will positively affect the welfare and economy of 
San Francisco. 

My sincere thanks and best wishes to Donald Magnin. I know I can 
count on his advice and experience as the need arises. 



Respectfuj (£y"~Sub mitted., (. 



Jdfin Patrick Short 
Chairman 



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450 McAllister street room 603 
san francisco, california 94102 

558-3651 



OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 



DIANNE FEINSTEIN, Mayor 



STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES OF THE PARKING AUTHORITY 
City and County of San Francisco 

Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1982 
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The report of the Parking Authority for the fiscal year 1981-82, together 
with supplemental information, is herewith respectfully submitted. 

The financial status is set forth in attached copy of the Authority's 
official annual report. 

PARKING AUTHORITY ORGANIZATION 

The San Francisco Parking Authority is composed of; 

F£i/e MemboM appointed for four-year terms by the Mayor 
and approved by the Board of Supervisors. 

Sta.66 composed of three members, including the Director. 

PARKING AUTHORITY FUNCTION 

The Parking Law of 1949 recognized that the provision of additional parking 
facilities and the performance of all undertakings incidental to providing 
such facilities are public uses and purposes for which public money may be 
spent and private property acquired and are governmental functions. 
(California Streets and Highways Code, Sec. 32501). 

Pursuant to this legislative notice, the State Legislature permitted, subject 
to the determination by the local legislative body that there is need for an 
authority to function, a public body corporate and politic known as the 
Parking Authority of the City and County of San Francisco. The San Francisco 
Board of Supervisors recognized the need for such a parking authority, and 
the Administrative Code, Chapter 17, expressed this need and assigned juris- 
diction and control over parking projects to the Parking Authority of the 
City and County of San Francisco. 

The State Code (Sec. 32656, Streets and Highways) mandated a five-member 
authority. Mayor Elmer E. Robinson, in October 1949, appointed, with con- 
firmation of the Board of Supervisors, the first Chairman and Members of 
the San Francisco Parking Authority. 



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The Parking Authority is authorized to issue revenue bonds, acquire 
property, sell property, construct public parking facilities and public 
rights of way convenient thereto, and to administer facilities to be used 
as off-street parking lots and garages. Such facilities may provide for 
the performance of services to the public incidental or advantageous to 
public parking projects and which are reasonably necessary to utilize such 
property as a public parking facility for the purpose of regulating, con- 
trolling and relieving the congestion of street traffic. 

The Authority is responsible for the proper performance of lessees or 
operators of public parking facilities and the promotion of the public 
interest. The administration, books and records of such operators are 
subject to Authority scrutiny. 

Finally, the Authority advises the Mayor and the Board of Supervisors on 
all matters pertaining to off-street parking and the parking and traffic 
control regulatory field. 

PARKING AUTHORITY BUDGET 

Salaries and Parking Authority Administration $ 96,880 

Provided to Other Departments: 

City Attorney 39,761 

Real Estate Department 25,500 

Department of Electricity 9,000 

Light, Heat & Power (PUC) 5,400 
Department of Public Works: 

Building Repair/Maintenance 14,000 

Street Cleaning 124,029 

Traffic Engineers 10,108 

Building Inspections (Public Garages) 2,532 

Controller 4,500 

Purchaser (Reproduction Costs) 522 

Chief Administrative Officer (Insurance) 480 

Tax Collectors Possessory Interest Tax 

Golden Gateway Garage 44,325 

Japan Center Garage 17,345 

Business Tax - Japan Center Garage 150,000 



Supplemental Appropriation Ordinances Amount 

October 1981 Performing Arts Garage 

Contingencies $200,000 
February 1982 Performing Arts Garage 

Engineer Salaries 95,095 

April 1982 Parking Meter Program 91,010 

April 1982 Geary Mall Parking 16,000 



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FACILITIES CONSTRUCTED AND IN OPERATION 

The following parking facilites have been financed and built as cooperative 
projects between the City and private business: 

Total 
Construction Project 
Cost Cost 

$1,646,331 $1,646,331 



Name 


Completed 


Stall 
Capacity 


Land Cost 


*Union Square 
Garage 


September 11, 
1942 


1,081 


$ -0- 


Marshall Square 
Parking Plaza 


November 1, 
1948 


111 


-0- 


St. Mary* 8 Square 
Garage 


May 12, 1954 


828 


417,513 


**Ellis-0'Farrell 
Garage 


August 5, 
1957 


900 


-0- 


Fifth & Mission 
Garage 


August 28, 
1958 


938 


1,690,970 


Expansion I 


November 21, 
1961 


534 


-0- 


Expansion II 


February 6, 
1970 


316 


258,100 


Civic Center 
Plaza Garage 


March 1, 1960 


840 


-0- 


Sutter-Stockton 
Garage 


November 19, 
1960 


870 


2,665,069 


Expansion I 


July 1, 1976 


555 


1,000,000 


Portsmouth Square 
Garage 


August 24, 
1962 


504 


-0- 


Golden Gateway 
Garage 


December 21, 
1966 


1,000 


1,090,000 


Japanese Cultural 


February 16, 


850 


256,640 



-0- 



-0- 



2,300,000 2,717,513 



-0- 



2,800,000 



2,966,697 4,657,667 

1,000,000 1,000,000 

1,188,700 1,446,800 

4,298,822 4,298,822 

3,837,177 6,502,246 

5,166,847 6,166,847 

3,181,500 3,181,500 

6,135,000 7,225,000 

3,750,000 4,006,640 



Center Garages 1968 



*A11 debts of the Union Square Garage Corporation have been retired, and effective 
August 31, 1961, it assigned all of its interest in the Management and Occupancy 
Agreement to the City. After transferring Its remaining assets to the City, the 
Union Square Garage filed a certificate of winding up and dissolution with the 
Secretary of State. A new operating lease was executed between the City and 
private garage operator for a period of ten years and nine months commencing 
October 1, 1967. 

**Privately financed and operated until July 20, 1965, at which time it was acquired 
by the City. 



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Projects approved and in operation : 21 

Parking 

District Stalls 

*Eureka Valley - Castro Street 20 

- Collingwood Street 18 

West Portal - West Portal Avenue 20 

- Claremont-Ulloa Streets 24 

Geary - Geary Boulevard 22 

- 18th /19th Avenues 36 

Inner Irving - 8th/9th Avenues 36 

Outer Irving - 20th Avenue 25 

Noe Valley - 24th Street 16 

Portola - Felton Street 15 

Mission - 16th & Hoff Streets 72 

- 2rth & Capp Streets 20 
**Mission-Bartlett Parking Plaza 227 

Clement - 8th Avenue 33 

- 9th Avenue 28 

***Lakeside - Junipero Serra & Ocean Avenue 22) 

- 19th & Ocean Avenues 21) 

North Beach - Vallejo Street 163 

Marina - Pierce Street 82 

Polk - Redding School 40 

Excelsior - Norton/Harrington Streets 30 

970 



Cost 

$ 79,768 
143,838 

135,490 
192,650 

101,133 
164,486 

208,391 
111,018 

53,947 

42,451 

284,096 

88,862 

645,800 

153,254 
108,440 

42,025 

874,645 
855,622 
257,351 
131,217 
$4,674,484 



*In fiscal year 1980/81 metered stalls at Eureka Valley were reduced by 
three to create parking spaces for physically handicapped. 

**Transf erred to Neighborhood Off-Street Parking Program June 1974 

***Transf erred to Neighborhhod Off-Street Parking Program March 1965 



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REPORT OF 
GENERAL MANAGER MARGARET BRADY 



Management by Objective 

In order to keep meters at 80% of operation, the Parking Authority 
transferred to the Department of Public Works $91,010 in April 1982 
for additional meter heads, coin boxes and parts. 

The Department of Electricity advises that vandalism and accidents 
take a heavy toll of meters. The more serious problem is the purpose- 
ful "jamming" of meters to avoid payment. Department of Electricity 
personnel "clear" over 16,000 meters per month and total meters on 
street number 15,500. 

Funds have also been appropriated to convert 15-minute meters to 30- 
minute per ordinance of the Board of Supervisors. 

Lagvina Honda School (9th Avenue off Irving) 

Work on this lot has been completed and the facility will be In opera- 
tion October 1982. This facility adds 34 stalls to the Neighborhood 
Parking inventory. 

Funds have been requested to reverse the flow of traffic at the 8th/ 
9th Avenue facility in order to alleviate the congestion caused by 
stacking on 9th Avenue which interferes with the Muni Metro "N" line. 

Geary Mall (17th Avenue and Geary) 

The lease has been completed and funds appropriated. This facility 
will open in late October 1982 and add 117 spaces to the Neighborhood 
Inventory. It is planned to have the facility open until midnight on 
week days and, if need indicates, later on Friday and Saturday nights 
to accommodate theater and restaurant patrons. 

Performing Arts Garage (Grove and Gough) 

Is in construction and will open February 1983 to provide 600 stalls 
for persons coming to government buildings in the day time and Opera, 
Symphony and Ballet evenings and weekends. 

This project has been beset with problems from inception - land 
acquisition from Redevelopment Agency, a poor bond market, a housing 
proposal which proved financially unreal, a Court ordered interruption 
of the contract, etc., etc. 

The Mayor and Board of Supervisors permitted the Parking Authority to 
use the Off -Street Parking Fund for construction and a balance in the 
1949 Parking Bond Fund for land acquisition. This will be one of the 
only City facilities that has been built with cash funds and will, 
therefore, have no indebtedness. 

Income after operating expenses from this facility will be available 
for future parking facilities or other City needs. 



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Moscone Garage - 750 stalls - (3rd and Clementina Streets) 
Permission for the Parking Authority to build this facility across 
from the Convention Center by Prop. N on the 1979 ballot. 

Plans and specifications were completed and the project ready for bid 
in May 1981. At that time the Redevelopment Agency decided to with- 
hold air rights on the site and seek a developer who would build housing 
over the structure. After some months a developer was chosen and plans 
and specifications had to be changed to accommodate this additional 
project. 

The additional complications included a reappraisal of land costs and 
subsequent negotiations finally determined a reasonable cost because 
of public use. 

Bids have been called on two alternate structures, one with and one 
without provision for housing. When bids are submitted the housing 
developer has the option to drop out or go forward. 

Bond counsel and consultants advise that the fall of 1982 will be 
advantageous for sale of lease revenue bonds and present estimates 
are that construction will begin in January 1983 with completion in 
spring of 1984. 

There is obviously pressure to complete the project as soon as possible 
because of the increased use of the Convention Center and the possibility 
of the National Democratic Convention in June of 1984. 

Mission-Bartlett Parking Plaza 

The second deck has been bid and award will be made in early October 
1982. Work must be interrupted during the 1982 Christmas shopping 
season, but should be completed by fall of 1983. This will add another 
120 stalls to the Neighborhood inventory. 

Nine bids were offered for this job, all within a $300,000 differential. 
Money for the project was $1.5 million from Parking Authority capitol 
improvements fund and the balance from Off-Street Parking Funds. There 
will be no indebtedness on this facility. 

In this project, as well as in Geary Mall and Laguna Honda School site, 
the Parking Authority will install a new type of parking control and 
collection device. Stalls are numbered and the patron pushes buttons 
to indicate his stall number and pre-pays his fee. The control officer 
can, by key, determine the stalls in violation and tag accordingly. 

This device is in use in some local facilities and has eliminated 
"jamming" as well as being almost vandal-proof. Further, it is much 
less expensive than individual meters and provides easy control and 
collection. 



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Marina Plaza (Pierce Street) 

The decking of this facility to add 36 stalls has heen bid. 

By mutual agreement with the Marina Merchants, work will not commence 
until after the 1982 Christmas shopping period. 



The Parking Authority submits they have achieved their goals and will 
have completed projects in progress by the end of 1983 . 

PROJECTS IN PLANNING STAGES 

4th and Harrison 

Possible structure in Moscone Center area. Pending decisions of 

Redevelopment Agency. 

3rd/ 4th Streets at Perry 

Working with Department of City Planning and Real Estate regarding 
under freeway site (900 cars) and possible adjacent site which could 
add 1,100 cars. This to be used for peripheral and intercept parking 
pending increased need in South of Market area. 

Yerba Buena School Site (Lombard) 

Temporary surface lease from the San Francisco Unified School District 
(52 cars) pending ultimate decision SFUSD/Board of Supervisors, etc. 
re 200 car structure. 

Van Ness Avenue 

Working with Department of City Planning for public parking site in 

anticipation of change of use on this avenue and subsequent parking 

needs. 

Divisadero and Sutter 

Study is under way to determine public need of parking in the Mt. Zion 

Hospital area. A site is available. 



PRESENT STATUS OF 1947 PARKING BOND FUND 

Original Bond Fund $5,000,000.00 

(Authorized and issued 1947) 

Transferred to Account 232,684.59 

Appropriated $5,232,684.59 

Expended 5,230,438.41 

Surplus * $ 2,246.18 

Unappropriated balance June 30, 1982 $ 106,673.21 



*Account closed June 30, 1960, surplus funds transferred 
to Unappropriated Account No. 1990 



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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 

The Parking Authority wishes to express its appreciation and acknowledge 
the cooperation and assistance of Mayor Dianne Feinstein, the Chief Admin- 
istrative Officer, Members of the Board of Supervisors, the City Attorney, 
Controller, Director of Property, Director of Public Works, City Engineer, 
Traffic Engineer, Director of Planning, the private garage industry, the 
public spirited citizens comprising the corporations sponsoring many major 
projects, and others who have given so generously of their time and con- 
tributed so greatly to the advancement of its programs during the past 
year. 

We have dedicated this report to Mr. Donald Magnin, who will soon retire 
from the Parking Authority. We shall sorely miss Mr. Magnin, but know he 
will be available for counsel and help. 

We welcome John Patrick Short, our new Chairman. "Pat" has brought a new 
enthusiasm and personal commitment to the needs of the neighborhoods. 

Commissioners Amancio Ergina, Francis Louie and Achille Muschi are to be 
commended on their continued support and endeavors to the interests of 
the Parking Authority and the City. 

Respectfully submitted, 

PARKING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY 
AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Margarej/ L. Brady * 

General Manager 






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ANNUAL REPORT 



1982-1983 



uv»CUMENTS DEPT. 

DEC 1 4 1983 

SAN FRANCISCO 

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TH^PARKING AUTHORITY 

CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Page 



Chairman's Message 

Parking Authority Organization 1 

Parking Authority Function 1 

Parking Authority Budget 2 

Supplemental Appropriation Ordinance 3 

Facilities Constructed and in Operation 4 

Off-Street Parking Projects 5 

Projects Approved and in Operation 6 

Funds Generated by Parking Authority 7 
to General Fund and Other Departments 

Report of Director Margaret Brady 8 

Comparative Statement 9/10 

Meter Collections Neighborhood Districts 11 

Acknowledgments 12 

Map of Parking Facilities 13 



PARKING AUTHORITY 



JOHN PATRICK SHORT, Chairman 

AMANCIO G. ERGINA 

FRANCIS H. LOUIE 

DONALD MAGNIN 

ACHILLE H. MUSCHI 



MARGARET L. BRADY, Director 



HONORABLE DIANNE FEINSTEIN, Mayor 
City and County of San Francisco 




Honorable Dianne Feins tein 
City and County of San Francisc 
200 City Hall 
San Francisco CA 94102 

Dear Mayor Feins tein: 

On behalf of the members and staff of the Parking Authority, 
I submit herewith the report of that organization for the 
fiscal year 1982/83. 

The Performing Arts Garage was slated to open on August 1 
(and opened on that date). This garage has added 635 parking 
stalls in the Civic Center area. 

The Parking Authority has issued its own lease revenue bonds 
for an 800 stall garage at the Moscone Center and construction 
of that garage is under way. It is scheduled to open in April 
1984. 

During the previous year the Laguna Honda School site was leased 
from the San Francisco Unified School District and added 52 stalls 
to the inner Sunset. 

A lease was arranged for the Geary Mall at Geary and 16th Avenue 
which added 114 stalls to the outer Geary/Clement Street area. 

Construction of the double decking of the Mission-Bartlett off- 
street parking facility will be completed by the end of 1983, 
adding 145 new stalls to the already existing 227 stalls. 

In addition, the Pierce Street off-street parking facility in 
the Marina will be open in the fall of 1983, adding 32 stalls 
to that facility for a total of 114 stalls. 

Recognizing that continuing to purchase land for neighborhood 
parking facilities will become increasingly difficult, the 
Parking Authority has embarked on a program of attempting to 
increase the number of stalls available in private parking 
facilities to make those facilities totally available for 
public use. At the present time negotiations are under way 



for this new type of facility in the Geary /Arguello area, in 
inner Clement Street and at the Laurel Hill Shopping Center 
on California Street. In addition, the Authority is actively 
pursuing additional parking in the Polk Street area. 

With the possibility of an agreement with the San Francisco 
Unified School District, the construction of a parking facility 
on the Yerba Buena School site on Lombard Street near Fillmore, 
our 1983/84 budget included $2 million toward this new facility. 
It is anticipated that the first floor will consist of 12,000 
feet of commercial, with approximately 190 stalls contained in 
the three floors above ground level. 

The Authority recognizes that there will not be sufficient monies 
in the Off-Street Parking Fund to complete the Yerba Buena project 
and to continue its negotiating on the variety of neighborhood 
facilities currently being considered. For this reason the Autho- 
rity will be asking that additional funds be made available to 
continue our expanded effort for additional neighborhood parking 
facilities. 

In closing, the Authority wishes again to express its sincere 
appreciation to retiring member Donald Magnin, who chaired the 
Authority from 1966 to 1982 and has remained an active member 
of the Authority through the end of this fiscal year. His 
impressive record will be difficult, if not impossible, to 
surpass. 




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STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES OF THE PARKING AUTHORITY 
City and County of San Francisco 

Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1983 
a************************ 

The report of the Parking Authority for the fiscal year 1982/83, together 
with supplemental information, is herewith respectfully submitted. 

The financial status is set forth in attached copy of the Authority's 
official annual report. 

PARKING AUTHORITY ORGANIZATION 

The San Francisco Parking Authority is composed of: 

Viva MmbzM appointed for four-year terms by the Mayor 
and approved by the Board of Supervisors. 

Std^ composed of thnzd members, including the Director. 

PARKING AUTHORITY FUNCTION 

The Parking Law of 1949 recognized that the provision of additional parking 
facilities and the performance of all undertakings incidental to providing 
such facilities are public uses and purposes for which public money may be 
spent and private property acquired and are governmental functions. 
(California Streets and Highways Code, Sec. 32501). 

Pursuant to this legislative notice, the State Legislature permitted, 
subject to the determination by the local legislative body that there 
is need for an authority to function, a public body corporate and 
politic known as the Parking Authority of the City and County of San 
Francisco. The San Francisco Board of Supervisors recognized the need 
for such a parking authority, and the Administrative Code, Chapter 17, 
expressed the need and assigned jurisdiction and control over parking 
projects to the Parking Authority of the City and County of San Francisco. 

The State Code (Sec. 32656, Streets and Highways) mandated a five-member 
authority. Mayor Elmer E. Robinson, in October 1949, appointed, with 
confirmation of the Board of Supervisors, the first Chairman and Members 
of the San Francisco Parking Authority. 



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The Parking Authority is authorized to issue revenue bonds, acquire 
property, sell property, construct public parking facilities and 
public rights of way convenient thereto, and to administer facilities 
to be used as off-street parking lots and garages. Such facilities 
may provide for the performance of services to the public incidental 
or advantageous to public parking projects and which are reasonably 
necessary to utilize such property as a public parking facility for 
the purpose of regulating, controlling and relieving the congestion 
of street traffic. 

The Authority is responsible for the proper performance of lessees 
or operators of public parking facilities and the promotion of the 
public interest. The administration, books and records of such 
operators are subject to Authority scrutiny. 

Finally, the Authority advises the Mayor and the Board of Supervisors 
on all matters pertaining to off-street parking and the parking and 
traffic control regulatory field. 



PARKING AUTHORITY BUDGET 



Salaries and Parking Authority Administration 



$108,063 



Provided to Other Departments: 

City Attorney 64,285 

Real Estate Department 22,000 

Tax Collector 312,660 

Department of Electricity 120,000 

Management Training - Civil Service 275 
Department of Public Works : 

Building Repair/Maintenance 17,000 

Street Cleaning 160,992 
Bureau of Engineers, Construction Services 54,600 

Building Inspection 2,600 
Public Utilities Commission 

Light, Heat & Power 2,955 

Controller 7,500 

Reproduction 500 
Chief Administrative Officer 

Risk Abatement 500 



Possessory Interest Tax: 
Golden Gateway Garage 
Japan Center Garages 



43,741 
12,261 



Profits Tax: 

Japan Center Garages 

Capitol Improvement Projects: 

Marina Public Parking Facility 
Mission-Bartlett Parking Plaza 



169,738 



476,000 
1,500,000 



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Date 



SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION ORDINANCES 

Purpose Amount 



1982 
September 



October 



November 



Fees and Compensation - Members $ 2,561 

Capitol Improvements Projects? 

Performing Arts Garage 272,000 

Feasibility Study - City Block 1076 15,000 

Parking Meter Program 9,003 

Capitol Improvements Projects: 

Yerba Buena School Yard - Study 

Convert to Parking 20,000 

Mission-Bartlett Parking Plaza - 

Double Deck 694,240 

Public Utilities Commission - 

Light, Heat & Power 2,000 

Inner Sunset District - 

Reverse Traffic Flow 7,300 



1983 
January 

March 



June 



Parking Meter Program 8,400 

Tax Collector's Office 23,106 

Capitol Improvements Projects? 

Marina Public Parking Facility - 

Double Deck 124,226 

Real Estate Department 7,500 

Capitol Improvements Projects? 

Mission-Bartlett Parking Plaza - 

Double Deck - Reserve for Claims 250,000 
16th & Hoff Streets Parking Lot - 

Double Deck 40,000 



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FACILITIES CONSTRUCTED AND IN OPERATION 

The following parking facilities have been financed and built as cooperative 
projects between the City and private business: 



Name 


Completed 

September 11, 
1942 


Stall 
Capacity 

1,081 


Land Cost 
$ -0- 


Const ruction 
Cost 


Total 
Project 
Cost 


*Union Square 
Garage 


$1,646,331 


$1,646,331 


Marshall Square 
Parking Plaza 


November 1, 
1948 


111 


-0- 


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-0- 


St. Mary's Square 
Garage 


May 12, 1954 


828 


417,513 


2,300,000 


2,717,513 


*Ellis-0' Farrell 
Garage 


August 5, 1957 


900 


-0- 


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2,800,000 


Fifth & Mission 
Garage 


August 28, 1958 


938 


1,690,970 


2,966,697 


4,657,667 


Expansion I 


November 21, 
1961 


534 


-0- 


1,000,000 


1,000,000 



Expansion II February 6, 1970 316 258,100 1,188,700 1,446,800 

Civic Center March 1, 1960 840 -0- 4,298,822 4,298,822 
Plaza Garage 

Sutter-Stockton November 19, 

Garage 1960 870 2,665,069 3,837,177 6,502,246 

Expansion I July 1, 1976 555 1,000,000 5,166,847 6,166,847 

Portsmouth Square August 24, 1962 504 -0- 3,181,500 3,181,500 
Garage 

Golden Gateway December 21, 1,000 1,090,000 6,135,000 7,225,000 
Garage 1966 

Japanese Cultural February 16, 850 256,640 3,750,000 4,006,640 
Center Garages 1968 

*A11 debts of the Union Square Garage Corporation have been retired, and effective 
August 31, 1961, it assigned all of its interest in the Management and Occupancy 
Agreement to the City. After transferring its remaining assets to the City, the 
Union Square Garage filed a certificate of winding up and dissolution with the 
Secretary of State. A new operating lease was executed between the City and private 
garage operator for a period of ten years and nine months commencing October 1, 1967, 
The management of Union Square Garage was assumed by the Recreation & Park Depart- 
ment after the garage was transferred to the City. 

**Privately financed and operated until July 20, 1965, at which time it was acquired 
by the City. 



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District 

Eureka Valley - Castro Street 

- Collingwood Street 

West Portal - West Portal Avenue 

- Claremont/Ulloa Streets 

Geary - Geary Boulevard 

- 18th/19th Avenues 

- Geary Mall 

Inner Irving - 8th /9th Avenues 

- 6th/Irving 
Outer Irving - 20th Avenue 

Noe Valley - 24th Street 

Portola - Felton Street 

Mission - 16th & Hoff Streets 

- 24th & Capp Streets 
* - Mission-Bartlett 

Clement - 8th Avenue 

- 9th Avenue 

Lakeside - Juniperro Serra/Ocean Avenue 
- 19th & Ocean Avenues 

North Beach - Vallejo Street 

*Marina - Pierce Street 

Polk - Redding School 

Excelsior - Norton/Harrington Streets 



Parking 
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Cost 


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18 


$ 79,768 
143,838 


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24 


135,490 
192,650 


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117 


101,133 

164,486 

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65,480 

111,018 


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227 


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88,862 

645,800 


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REPORT OF 
DIRECTOR MARGARET BRADY 

Management by -Objective 

In order to keep meters at 80% of operation, the Parking Authority 
transferred to the Parking Meter Program $8,500 in January 1983 for 
additional meter heads, coin boxes and parts. 

The Department of Electricity advises that vandalism and accidents 
take a heavy toll of meters. The more serious problem is the purpose- 
ful "jamming" of meters to avoid payment. Department of Electricity 
personnel "clear" over 15,365 meters per month and total meters on the 
street number 16,049. 

Geary Mall (17th Avenue and Geary) 

We are negotiating with Merrill's to open the 117 parking spaces at 

the Geary Mall for 24-hour a day use. 

Moscone Garage - 800 stalls - (3rd and Clementina Streets) 
Lease revenue bonds were sold at the end of 1982 and construction 
began in January 1983. It is anticipated for completion by April 
1984 to be available for the Democratic National Convention in 
June 1984. 

Mission-Bartlett Parking Plaza 

The double decking of this facility will be completed November 1983. 

Marina Plaza (Pierce Street) 

The decking of this facility to add 36 stalls is under construction 

and will be completed November 1983. 

The Parking Authority submits they have achieved their goals and will 
have completed projects in progress by the end of 1983. 



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The Parking Authority wishes to express its appreciation and 
acknowledge the cooperation and assistance of Mayor Dianne 
Feins tein s the Chief Administrative Officer 9 Members of the 
Board of Supervisors 9 the City Attorney, Controller, Director 
of Property, Director of Public Works, City Engineer, Traffic 
Engineer, Director of Planning, the private garage industry, 
the public spirited citizens comprising the corporations 
sponsoring many major projects, and others who have given so 
generously of their time and contributed so greatly to the 
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ANNUAL REPORT 

1983-1984 







THE PARKING AUTHORITY 

CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 



PARKING AUTHORITY 



JOHN PATRICK SHORT, Chairman 

AMANCIO G. ERGINA 

FRANCIS H. LOUIE 

ACHILLE H. MUSCHI 

MICHAEL S. SALARNO 



RAY KING, Director 



HONORABLE DIANNE FEINSTEIN, Mayor 
City and County of San Francisco 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Page 



Chairman's Message 

Parking Authority Organization 1 

Parking Authority Function 1 

Parking Authority Budget 2 

Supplemental Appropriation Ordinances 3 

Facilities Constructed and in Operation 4 

Off -Street Parking Projects 5 

Funds Generated by Parking Authority 

to General Fund and Other Departments 6 

Comparative Statement 7/8 

Meter Collections Neighborhood District Parking Lots 9 

Acknowledgments 10 




Honorable Dianne Feins tein 

City and County of San Francisco 

200 City Hall " 

San Francisco CA 94102 

Dear Mayor Feins tein: 

It is with a great deal of pleasure that I submit to you on 
behalf of the Parking Authority our annual report for the 
1983/84 fiscal year. During the last fiscal year 1,597 addi- 
tional off-street parking spaces have been provided in San 
Francisco: 

Moscone Center Garage 730 

Performing Arts Garage 635 

Lombard Street Facility 

(Yerba Buena Schoolyard) 54 

Marina Facility 

(increased from 83 to 116) 34 

Mission-Bartlett Parking Plaza 

(increased from 227 to 371) 144 

As near as we can determine from our records, this is the 
largest one-year increase in off-street parking spaces in the 
history of the San Francisco Parking Authority, which began 
in October of 1949. The total more than doubles all of the 
off-street parking spaces created by the City and the Parking 
Authority. 

During the last two years, 398 additional off-street parking 
spaces have been created in the neighborhood commercial areas 
of San Francisco. Despite this fact, neighborhood commercial 
areas are suffering for a lack of adequate parking. In the 
past it has been the policy to create metered, surface, off- 
street parking in the neighborhoods. The Parking Authority 
now believes that the critical parking problem requires that 
neighborhood garage facilities must be created. 



The obstacle in accomplishing this goal is the lack of avail- 
able land and the Parking Authority continues to make every 
effort, not only to acquire land, but to find new and innovative 
ways of expanding existing privately owned parking lots by use 
of public funds. 

The Parking Authority will continue to concentrate on the needs 
of the neighborhoods of San Francisco in the future. 



Respectf 




John Patrick Short 
Chairman 



STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES OF THE PARKING AUTHORITY 
City and County of San Francisco 

Fiscal Year Ending June 30 , 1984 

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The report of the Parking Authority for the fiscal year 1983/84, 
together with supplemental information, is herewith respectfully 
submitted. 

The financial status is set forth in the attached copy of the 
Authority's official annual report. 



PARKING AUTHORITY ORGANIZATION 

The San Francisco Parking Authority is composed of: 

Five Members appointed for four-year terms by the 
Mayor and approved by the Board of Supervisors. 

Staff composed of four members, including the Director. 



PARKING AUTHORITY FUNCTION 

The Parking Law of 1949 recognized that the provision of additional 
parking facilities and the performance of all undertakings incidental 
to providing such facilities are public uses and purposes for which 
public money may be spent and private property acquired and are 
governmental functions. 
(California Streets and Highways Code, Sec. 32501) 

Pursuant to this legislative notice, the State Legislature permitted, 
subject to the determination by the local legislative Body that there 
is need for an authority to function, a public body corporate and 
politic known as the Parking Authority of the City and County of San 
Francisco. The San Francisco Board of Supervisors recognized the 
need for such a parking authority, and the Administrative Code, 
Chapter 17, expressed the need and assigned jurisdiction and control 
over parking projects to the Parking Authority of the City and County 
of San Francisco. 

The State Code (Sec. 32656, Streets and Highways) mandated a five- 
member authority. Mayor Elmer E. Robinson, in October 1949, appointed, 
with confirmation of the Board of Supervisors, the first Chairman and 
Members of the San Francisco Parking Authority. 



1. 



The Parking Authority is authorized to issue revenue bonds, acquire 
property, sell property, construct public parking facilities and 
public rights of way convenient thereto, and to administer facilities 
to be used as off-street parking lots and garages. Such facilities 
may provide for the performance of services to the public incidental 
or advantageous to public parking projects and which are reasonably 
necessary to utilize such property as a public parking facility for 
the purpose of regulating, controlling and relieving the congestion 
of street traffic. 

The Authority is responsible for the proper performance of lessees 
or operators of public parking facilities and the promotion of the 
public interest. The administration, books and records of such 
operators are subject to Authority scrutiny. 

Finally, the Authority advises the Mayor and the Board of Supervisors 
on all matters pertaining to off-street parking and the parking and 
traffic control regulatory field. 



PARKING AUTHORITY BUDGET 

Salaries and Parking Authority Administration $163,235 

Provided to Other Departments: 

City Attorney 90,000 

Real Estate Department 50,000 

Tax Collector 384,049 

Department of Electricity 116,839 

Management Training - Civil Service 67 
Department of Public Works: 

Street Cleaning 149,150 

Bureau of Engineers, 

Construction Services 109,925 
Public Utilities Commission 

Light, Heat & Power 39,560 

Reproduction 2,000 
Chief Administrative Officer 

Risk Abatement 525 

Possessory Interest Tax: 

Golden Gateway Garage 43,866 

Japan Center Garages 12,296 

Profits Tax: 

Japan Center Garages 190,000 



2. 



Date 



1983 



SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION ORDINANCES 



Project 



Amount 



September 



November 



Capitol Improvement Project: 
Performing Arts Garage 
Complete Project (Construction) 

Department of Public Works 
Bureau of Building Repair 
Facilities Maintenance Project 
Upgrading Parking Lots 



$150,000 
80,000 



1984 



January 



February 



March 



April 



Capitol Improvement Projects 

Performing Arts Garage 216,000 

Design and Construction of 
Commercial Store Space 

Capitol Improvement Project: 

Parking Meter Project 240,087 

Purchase Parking Meters 

Capitol Improvement Project: 

Parking Meter Program 274,000 

Parking Meters & Parking Meter 

Service 

Capitol Improvement Project: 

16th & Hoff Public Parking Facility 610,000 
Double Deck Construction 

Real Estate Department 20,000 



3. 



FACILITIES CONSTRUCTED AND IN OPERATION 

The following parking facilities have been financed and built as cooperative 
projects between the City and private business: 



Name 


Completed 


Stall 
Capacity 


*Union Square 
Garage 


9/11/42 


1,081 


Marshall Square 
Parking Plaza 


11/1/48 


111 


St. Mary's Square 
Garage 


5/12/54 


828 


**Ellis-0'Farrell 
Garage 


8/5/57 


900 


Fifth & Mission 
Garage 


8/28/58 


938 


Expansion I 


11/21/61 


534 


Expansion II 


2/6/70 


316 


Civic Center 
Plaza Garage 


3/1/60 


840 


Sutter-Stockton 
Garage 


11/19/60 


870 


Expansion I 


7/1/76 


555 


Portsmouth Square 
Garage 


8/24/62 


504 


Golden Gateway 
Garage 


12/21/66 


1,000 


Japan Center 
Garages 


2/16/68 


850 



Land Cost 
* -0- 

-0- 

417,513 

-0- 

1,690,970 

-0- 
258,100 

-0- 

2,665,069 

1,000,000 
-0- 

1,090,000 

256,640 



Construction 
Cost 



Total 

Project 

Cost 



$1,646,331 $1,646,331 



-0- 
2,300,000 
-0- 

2,966,697 

1,000,000 
1,188,700 



5,166,847 
3,181,500 

6,135,000 

3,750,000 



-0- 
2,717,513 

2,800,000 

4,657,667 

1,000,000 
1,446,800 



4,298,822 4,298,822 



3,837,177 6,502,246 



6,166,847 
3,181,500 

7,225,000 

4,006,640 



*A11 debts of the Union Square Garage Corporation have been retired, and effective 
August 31, 1961, it assigned all of its interest in the Management and Occupancy 
Agreement to the City. After transferring its remaining assets to the City, the 
Union Square Garage filed a certificate of winding up and dissolution with the 
Secretary of State. A new operating lease was executed between the City and 
private garage operator for a period of ten years and nine months commencing 
October 1, 1967. The mangement of Union Square Garage was assumed by the Recrea- 
tion & Park Department after the garage was transferred to the City. 

**Privately financed and operated until July 20, 1965, at which time it was acquired 
by the City. 



4. 



OFF-STREET PARKING PROJECTS 



PROJECT 

16th & Hoff Streets 
Parking Lot 
Double Deck 

Moscone Center Garage 

Marina Parking Facility 
Double Deck 

Mission-Bartlett Parking 
Plaza - Double Deck 

Yerba Buena Schoolyard 



SPACES 



APPROPRIATION 
TO DATE 



Sutter-Stockton Garage 



Ellis-O'Farrell Garage 



59 add'l* $ 762,500 



730 
114 

371** 

190 



345 add'l 
1,510 total 



207 add'l 



646,000 
2,615,050 
2,000,000 



STATUS 

Plans, specs., testing; 
construction & contingencies 
for housing and second deck 

Garage opened July 1934 

Construction began April 1983. 
Completed November 1983. 

Construction began March 1983. 
Completed June 8, 1984. 

Joint Use Agreement with San 
Francisco Unified School 
District. Budgeted for the 
1983/34 fiscal year for the 
Lombard Street Parking 
Facility 

Non-Profit Corporation will 
begin construction January 
1985 

Non-Profit Corporation is 
studying feasibility of 
additional spaces 



*To be completed June 1985. Number of parking stalls available after completion 
of construction. 

**Upper deck temporarily closed due to housing construction. 



5. 



FUNDS GENERATED BY PARKING AUTHORITY 
TO GENERAL FUND AND OTHER DEPARTMENTS 
July 1983 to June 1984 

COMMISSION RECREATION & OFF-STREET 
FACILITY GENERAL FUND (Real Estate) PARK DEPT. PARKING FUND 



Marshall Square Garage $ 79,417 

St. Mary's Square Garage 

7th & Harrison Pkg. Plaza 147,318 

Vallejo Street Garage 

Performing Arts Garage 



Gross Receipts Tax - 
Prop. S 



2,616,560 
$2,843,295 



$ 180 
333 
185 
180 
165 

$1,043 



$63,208 



$63,208 



$ 35,197 

277,723 
189,521 

$502,441 



6. 



COMPARATIVE STATEMENT 
Municipally Owned Parking Garages 



FACILITY 



RENT PAID TO CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO 
1982/83 1983/84 $ Difference % 



TAX PAID 
1982/83 1983/84 



Civic Center 










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Ellis-O'Farrell 










26,279 


26,346 


Fifth & Mission 










27,010 


27,079 


Golden Gateway 










43,006 


43,116 


Japan Center 










12,055 


12,086 


Marshall Square 


$ 73,951 


$ 79,597 


+ 5,646 


7.63 


1,252 


1,722 


Portsmouth Square 










12,879 


12,912 


St. Mary's Square 


101,186 


98,738* 


- 2,448 


2.42 


2,854 


2,862 


7th & Harrison 


145,452 


147,503 


+ 2,051 


1.41 


4,523 


4,535 


Sutter-Stockton 










55,252 


55,393 


Union Square 










24,286 


8,395 


Vallejo Street 


261,190 


277,903** 


+ 16,713 


6.40 


4,524 


12,081 


Performing Arts 




189 9 686** 


+189,686 






8,669 



$581,779 $793,427 +211,648 36.38 $213,920 $215,196 



*Receipts split between Recreation & Park Dept. and Parking Authority Off-Street 
Parking Fund (See Page 6) . 

**Receipts paid Parking Authority Off-Street Parking Fund 



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ANNUAL REPORT 

2 1984-1985 



DOCUM5NTL 

DEI 35 





[OMBARD PARKING 




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CITY OF SAM FRANCISCO. MAYOR OIANNI FFINSTFIN ftFTAII SW< / I 

PARKING AUTHORITY CHAIRMAN fOHh PATRICK SHORT PARkl\r. 

\R( HITCCTS \TI < < OMPUTJON D I 

FOR ( OMMFRCIAl SPA >\TACT S5fl 



THEJARKING AUTHORITY 

CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 



MUCINS AUTHORITY 



JOHN PATRICK SHORT, Chairman 

E. PORCHER HESTER 
FRANCIS H. LOUIE 
ACHILLE H. MUSCHI 
MICHAEL S. SALARNO 



RAY KING 
Director 

KEVIN M. HAGERTY 
Assistant Director 



HONORABLE DIANNE FEINSTEIN, Mayor 
City and County of San Francisco 



1984/85 ANNUAL REPORT 
TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 
REPORT OF THE CHAIRMAN 3 

PARKING AUTHORITY PURPOSE AND GOALS 5 

PARKING AUTHORITY BUDGET 

A. Comparison of 1983/84 & 1984/85 Budgets 7 

B. Source of Funds: 

Statement 8 

Pie Chart 9 

C. Funds Generated by Garages or Lots Overseen Parking Authority : 

Statement 10 

Pie Chart 11 



LOCATIONS OF CITY OWNED GARAGES .ATTENDED PARKING LOTS 
AND METERED AREAS 12 



SCHEDULE OF LEASES AND RENTS 1 5 

YEARLY CHANGE IN TRANSIENT PARKING - 1983/84 vs. 1984/85 16 
ACTIVITY LINE GRAPHS - HON PROFIT GARAGES ( 1980/81-1984/85) 

A) Number of Vehicles Parked 17 

B ) Vehicles Parked per Stall 1 8 

C) Parking Expenses per Stall 19 

D) Net Parking Income 20 

E) Net Parking Per Stall 21 

F) Average Daily Transient Turnover 22 




Honorable Dianne Feinstein 
Mayor of San Francisco 
200 City Hall 
San Francisco CA 94102 

Dear Mayor Feinstein: 

On behalf of the Parking Authority, I am pleased to submit our 
Annual Report for the 1984/85 fiscal year. The report contains 
much additional information which we hope will be of interest. 

In addition to its normal function, the Parking Authority pre- 
pared to meet your goal of ten new neighborhood parking facili- 
ties prior to the completion of your current term of office. 
The design of the first of these projects, the Lombard Street 
Garage, is now underway. 

With your support, Supervisor Bill Maher introduced and suc- 
cessfully guided through the Board of Supervisors, legislation 
to increase the income of the Off-Street Parking Fund for 
neighborhood commercial parking. The result was an additional 
$3,200,000 available annually for neighborhood commercial 
parking to help alleviate the parking shortages. 

In addition to the Lombard Street facility, the Parking Author- 
ity is investigating possible additional parking in the follow- 
ing neighborhood commercial districts: 

North Beach Chinatown 

Middle/Outer Mission West Portal Avenue 
Richmond Polk Street 

Inner Sunset 

Since our funds are only sufficient to create one new facility 
annually, the Parking Authority has adopted two new policies: 

1. To purchase land with the intent of leasing the 
ground and allow private industry to build the 
facility, with commercial space included where 
feasible, and operate the completed facility for 
the term of the lease. 



2. To lease privately owned property and construct 
parking facilities, also with commercial space where 
feasible, and the Parking Authority will operate the 
completed facility for the term of the lease. 

The former policy of the Parking Authority to buy land and construct 
its own facility will remain an option where absolutely necessary. 

For the 1984/85 fiscal year the Parking Authority placed 4 7% of its 
contracts with minority business enterprise and 4% of its contracts 
with women business enterprise, far exceeding the required 
percentages under the City ordinance dedicated to this purpose. 



The Parking Authority will continue to devote its time and energy 
to the tasks that lie ahead, and wishes to thank you, the Board of 
Supervisors and the Departmental Directors and staff members who 
have been so supportive of our efforts. 

Respectfully submitted , 




\wu 




John\Patrick Short 
Chairman 



0142A 



PARKING AUTHORITY ORGANIZATION AND PURPOSE 



PARKING AUTHORITY ORGANIZATION 

The San Francisco Parking Authority is composed of: 

Five Members appointed for four-year staggered 
terms by the Mayor and approved by the Board 
of Supervisors. 

Staff is composed of four members, including 
the Director, Assistant Director, Secretary 
and Accountant. 



PARKING AUTHORITY HISTORY AND PURPOSE 

The Parking Law of 1949 recognized that the provision of addi- 
tional parking facilities and the performance of all under- 
takings incidental to providing such facilities are public uses 
and purposes for which public money may be spent and private 
property acquired and are governmental functions. 
(California Streets and Highways Code Sec. 32501) 

Pursuant to this legislative notice, the State Legislature 
permitted, subject to the determination by the local legis- 
lative body that there is need for an authority to function, a 
public body corporate and politic known as the Parking Autho 
rity of the City and County of San Francisco. The San Fran- 
cisco Board of Supervisors recognized the need for such a 
parking authority, and the Administrative Code, Chapter 17, 
expressed the need and assigned jurisdiction and control over 
parking projects to the Parking Authority of the City and 
County of San Francisco. 

The State Code (Sec. 32656, Streets and Highways) mandated a 
five member authority. Mayor Elmer E. Robinson, in October 
1949, appointed, with confirmation of the Board of Supervisors, 
the first Chairman and Members of the San Francisco Parking 
Authority. 



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The Parking Authority is authorized to issue revenue bonds, 
acquire property, sell property, construct public parking 
facilities and public rights of way convenient thereto, and to 
administer facilities to be used as off-street parking lots and 
garages. Such facilities may provide for the performance of 
services to the public incidental or advantageous to public 
parking projects and which are reasonably necessary to utilize 
such property as a public parking facility for the purpose of 
regulating, controlling and relieving the congestion of street 
traffic. 

The purpose of the Parking Authority is to: 

1. Develop new off-street parking facilities 
within the City and County of San Francisco. 

2. Manage existing off-street facilities 
(includes 23 neighborhood metered areas, 
four garages and three attended surface 
parking areas) . 

3. Oversee the management of seven City-owned 
garages operated by non-profit corporations. 

The Authority also advises the Mayor and the Board of 
Supervisors on all matters pertaining to off-street parking. 



0108A 



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PARKING AUTHORITY - 1983/84 AND 1984/85 BUDGETS 



SALARIES & BENEFITS 


1983-84 BUD6ET 

$110,967 

$4,212 

$29,710 


1984-85 BUDGET 


StafT Salaries 
Commission Salaries 
Fringe Benefits 


$128,962 

$4,212 

$35,852 



Subtotal 



$144,889 



$169,026 



CONTRACTUAL SERVICES 



Rental or Property 


$12,000 




$11,495 




Membership Dues 


$140 




$155 




Telephone 


$1,671 




$4,500 




Postage 


$565 




$1,200 




Printing 


$350 




$852 




Travel 


$1,470 




$1,575 




Auto Reimbursement 


$0 




($425) 




Judgements & Claims 


$0 




$999 




Lot Maintenance 


$0 




$16,000 




Misc. 


$1,194 




$9,468 




Subtotal 




$17,410 




$45,819 


MATERIALS Sc SUPPLIES 


$936 


$936 


$1,200 


$1,200 


EQUIPMENT- PURCHASE/LEASE 


$0 


$0 


$15,214 


$15,214 


SERVICES OF CITY DEPARTMENTS 




Real Estate Department 


$50,000 




$57,500 




Tax Collector 


$384,049 




$396,694 




Electricity Department 


$116,839 




$168,493 




Civil Service 


$67 




$71 




Public Works 










Building Repair 


$0 




$65,000 




Street Cleaning 


$149,150 




$125,319 




Traffic & Parking Studies 


$17,455 




$19,200 




City Engineer 


$49,980 




$54,230 




Parking Stall Markings 


$40,290 




$40,290 




Building Inspection 


$2,200 




$3,600 




Purchasing/ Reproduction 


$2,000 




$2,500 




insurance & Risk Reduction 


$525 




$700 




PUC - Electricity 


$35,360 




$48,600 




Maintenance 


$4,200 




$4,400 




City Attorney Services 


$90,000 




$0 




Subtotal 




$942,115 




$986,597 


CITY ATTORNEY SERVICES 


$0 


$0 


$90,000 


$90,000 


REVENUE TRANSFERS- 




MAYORS OFFICE 


$0 


$0 


$70,000 


$70,000 


GRAND TOTAL 




$1,105,350 




$1,377,856 



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PARKING AUTHORITY - SOURCE OF FUNDS 1983/84 AND 1984/85 FY BUDGETS 



FY FY 

SOURCE OF FUNDS 1983/84 1984/85 



Meter Revenues $3,377,896 $3,292,236 

Performing Arts 6arage $ 1 48.475 $299.05 1 

St. Marys Square Garage $41,650 $44,547 

Valle jo Street 6arage $273,978 $289,614 

TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE $3,841,999 $3,925,448 



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PARKING AUTHORITY - SOURCE OF FUNDS 



1983/84 FY 




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H St. Mary's Sq. Garage 
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FUNDS GENERATED BY GARAGES AND LOTS OVERSEEN BY PARKING AUTHORITY 



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LOCATIONS OF CITY OWNED GARAGES. ATTENDED PARKING LOTS. AND METERED AREAS 



Garage 



Spaces 



Address and Location 



Civic Center 840 

Ellis OTarrell 900 

Fifth tx Mission 1766 

Golden 6ateway 981 

Japan Center 799 

Moscone Center 730 

Performing Arts 635 

Portsmouth Square 504 

St. Mary's Square 828 

Sutter Stockton 1510 

Valle jo Street 163 



355 McAllister Street 

( McAllister Street between Polk & Larkin Streets) 

123 OTarrell Street 

( OTarrell Street between Sutter and Stockton Streets) 

633 Mission Street 

( Mission Street between Fourth and Fifth Streets) 

250 Clay Street 

( Clay Street between Battery and Davis Streets) 

1660 6eary Boulevard 

( Geary Boulevard between Buchanan and Webster Streets) 

255 Third Street 

(Third Street between Howard and Folsom Streets) 

360 Grove Street 

( 6rove Street between Gough and Franklin Streets) 

733 Kearny Street 

(Kearny Street between Clay and Washington Streets) 

433 Kearny Street 

( Kearny Street between Pine and California Streets) 

330 Sutter Street 

( Sutter St. between Stockton St. and Grant Ave.) 

766 Valle jo Street 

( Vallejo Street between Stockton and Powell Streets) 



Attended Lot 
Marshall Square Plaza 128 



Seventh and Harrison 



310 



24 Grove Street 

( Grove Street between Hyde and Larkin Streets) 

1009-11 Harrison Street 

( Harrison Street between Sixth and Seventh Streets) 



LOCATIONS OF CITY OWNED GARAGES. ATTENDED PARKING LOTS. AND METERED AREAS 



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Clement 




8th Ave & Clement 


33 


9th Ave & Clement 


28 


Eureka Valley 




17th St. & Castro St. 


21 


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20 


Excelsior 




Norton & Mission St. 


30 



Address and Location 



1324 8th Avenue ( Between Geary Blvd. & Clement Street) 
270 9th Avenue ( Between Geary Blvd. & Clement Street) 



457 Castro Street ( Between 17th and 18th Streets) 

41 16 1 7th Street ( Between Castro & Collingwood Streets) 

20 Norton Street ( Between Mission St. & Alemany Blvd.) 



Geary 



16th & Geary Blvd. 


109 


18th & Geary Blvd. 


36 


21th & Geary Blvd. 


22 


Lakeside Village 




Juniper o Serra Blvd. 




& Ocean 


22 


19th Ave S. Ocean 


21 


Lombard 




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52 



5200 Geary Blvd. (Between 16th & 17th Avenues) 
419-23 18th Ave. ( Between Geary Blvd. & Anza St.) 
5732 Geary Blvd. (Between 21th and 22th Avenues) 



2500 Ocean Ave. ( Corner Juniperro Serra/ Ocean) 
3000 19th Avenue ( Corner 19th Ave/ Ocean) 



2055 Lombard Streett Between Fillmore & Webster Streets) 



Marina 



Pierce SL/Chesnut 



114 



3252 Pierce St. ( Between Chestnut & Lombard Streets) 



Mission 



16th St./Hoff St. 
24th St. /Capo St. 
Mission/ Bartlett 



1 15 20-80 Hoff Street ( Between 16th Street & 1 7th Street) 

20 1 - 1 1 Lilac Street ( Corner of 24th and Capp Streets) 

422 50 Bartlett Street (Between 2 1 th & 22th Streets) 



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LOCATIONS OF CITY OWNED GARAGES, ATTENDED PARKING LOTS. AND METERED AREAS 



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Noe Valley 
24th St./Noe St. 



Spaces 



Address and Location 



16 406 1 24th Street ( Between Noe and Castro Streets) 



Polk 

Bush St. /Polk St. 



26 1 360 Bush St. (Between Bush & Polk Streets) 



Portola 



Felton St/San Bruno 



11 



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Sunset 

6th Ave/ Irving St. 
8th Ave./ Irving St. 
20th Ave/ Irving St. 



46 1 355 6th Avenue ( Between Irving and Judah Streets) 

35 1325 8th Avenue ( Between Irving and Judah Streets) 

25 1275 20th Avenue ( Between Irving St and Lincoln Way) 



West Portal 

Claremont St/Ulloa 

West Portal Ave & 

Vicente Street 



24 807-825 Ulloa Street ( Corner Claremont Blvd/Ulloa Ave) 

20 1 74 West Portal Avenue( Between 14th Ave and Vicente St) 



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NUMBER OF VEHICLES PARKED IN CITY OWNED NON-PROFIT GARAGES FY 1980/81-1984/85 




600000 £ 
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* FIFTH-MISSION GARAGE 

°- GOLDEN GATEWAY GARAGE 
+ SUTTER-STOCKTON GARAGE 

* PORTSMOUTH SQUARE 6ARAGE 
x JAPAN CENTER GARAGE 



1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 
Year 



Note: FY Is May 1- April 30 



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NUMBER OF VEHICLES PARKED PER STALL IN CITY OWNED NON-PROFIT GARAGES FY 1 980/8 1 - 1 984/85 



Vehicles 




♦- CIVIC CENTER GARAGE 
•o- ELUS-OTARRELL 6ARA6E 

* FIFTH-MISSION GARAGE 
•°- GOLDEN GATEWAY GARAGE 

* SUTTER-STOCKTON 6ARAGE 

* PORTSMOUTH SQUARE GARAGE 
x- JAPAN CENTER GARAGE 



1985 



Note: FY is May 1- April 30 



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EXPENSE PER STALL IN CITY OWNED NON- PROFIT GARAGES FY 1 980/8 1 - 1 984/85 




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CIVIC CENTER GARAGE 


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PORTSMOUTH SQUARE GARAGE 


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JAPAN CENTER 6ARA6E 


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VALLEJO STREET GARAGE 



1985 



Note: FY is May 1- April 30 



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NET PARKING INCOME - CITY OWNED NON-PROFIT GARAGES FY 1 980/8 1 - 1 984/85 




*" CIVIC CENTER GARAGE 
O- ELLIS-OTARRELL GARAGE 
■- FIFTH-MISSION GARAGE 
°- GOLDEN GATEWAY 6ARA6E 
*- SUTTER STOCKTON GARAGE 
*• PORTSMOUTH SQUARE GARAGE 
* JAPAN CENTER GARAGE 



1985 



Note: FY is May 1- April 30 



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NET INCOME PER STALL IN CITY OWNED NON-PROFIT GARAGES FY 1 980/8 1 - 1 984-85 



$600 





♦- CIVIC CENTER GARAGE 
°- ELLIS OTARRELL GARAGE 
* FIFTH MISSION GARAGE 
D- GOLDEN GATEWAY GARAGE 
■*■ SUTTER STOCKTON GARAGE 
-4- PORTSMOUTH SQUARE GARAGE 
•» JAPAN CENTER GARAGE 



1985 



FY is May 1 -April 30 



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AVERAGE DAILY TRANSIENT TURNOVER IN CITY OWNED NON-PROFIT GARAGES FY 1 980/8 1 - 1 984/85 




♦- CIVIC CENTER GARAGE 
°* ELLIS OTARRELL GARAGE 
*■ FIFTH-MISSION 6ARAGE 
O GOLDEN GATEWAY GARAGE 
*■ SUTTER- STOCKTON GARAGE 
*■ PORTSMOUTH SQUARE GARAGE 
X- JAPAN CENTER GARAGE 



1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 
Year 



Note: FY is May 1- April 30 



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ANNUAL REPORT 
2 1985-1986 




DOCUMENTS DEPT. 

DEC 4 1986 

SAN FRANCISCO 
D "*UC U8PADV 



THEPARKING AUTHORITY 

CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 



PARKING AUTHORITY 

CITY & COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 



JOHN PATRICK SHORT, Chairman 
MICHAEL S. SALARMO, Vice Chairman 



Q. TODD DICKINSON 

E. PORCHER HESTER 

JAMES K. HO 



RAY KING 
DIRECTOR 



KEVIN M. HAGERTY 
Assistant Director 



HONORABLE DIANNE FEINSTEIN, Mayor 
City & County of San Francisco 



1 §©§/©§ /2MU/&L [RiEro^T 
TABLE OF CONTENTS 



PAGE 



REPORT OF THE CHAIRMAN 3 

PARKING AUTHORTIY PURPOSE AND GOALS 6 
PARKING AUTHORITY BUDGET 

A. COMPARISON OF 1 984/85 & 1 985/86 BUDGETS 7 

B. SOURCE OF FUNDS: 

Statement 8 

Pie Chart 9 

C. FUNDS GENERATED BY GARAGES SLOTS OVERSEEN 
BY PARKING AUTHORITY 

Statement 10 

Pie Chart 1 1 

SCHEDULE OF LEASES AND RENTS 1 2 

YEARLY CHANGE IN TRANSIENT PARKING - 

1984/85 VS. 1985/86 13 

ACTIVITY TREND GRAPHS (FISCAL YEARS 1981/82 -1985/86) 

Vehicle Usage - Non Profit Garages 14 

Vehicle Usage - Leased Garages 15 

Parking Revenues - Non Profit Garages 16 

Parking Revenues - Leased Garages 17 

Parking Expenses Per Stall - Non Profit Garages 18 

Parking Expenses Per Stall - Leased Garages 19 

Net Income Per Stall - Non Profit Garages 20 

Net Income Per Stall - Leased Garages 21 

Average Daily Transient Turnover - Non-Profit Garages 22 

Average Daily Transient Turnover - Leased Garages 23 



LOCATIONS OF CITY OWNED GARAGES, ATTENDED PARKING LOTS 

AND METERED AREAS OVERSEEN BY PARKING AUTHORITY 24 




Honorable Dianne Feinstein 
Mayor of San Francisco 
200 City Hall 
San Francisco CA 94102 

Dear Mayor Feinstein: 

I am pleased to submit the Annual Report of the San Francisco 
Parking Authority for the 1985/86 fiscal year. 

As an attachment to this submittal letter, I am enclosing a 
project summary for the 1985/86 fiscal year activities in which 
the Parking Authority was involved. In this project summary it 
is noted that the Parking Authority was involved in issuing 
invitations to bid for seven leases: four leases for operating 
garages and lots, and three leases for commercial spaces within 
City-owned garages. For the sake of comparison, the Parking 
Authority issued four leases in the previous five fiscal years. 
This serves as an indication of the increased activity in the 
Parking Authority in today's world. 

In your State of the City Message on October 9, 1984 you charged 
the Parking Authority with creating ten new facilities. By the 
time you receive this report, construction will have begun on 
the Lombard Street Garage consisting of 212 parking stalls and 
six commercial/retail storefronts. In addition, the Parking 
Authority is in various stages of negotiation for parking in 
the following neighborhood commercial areas: 

North Beach Outer Mission 

Chinatown Polk Street 

Inner Sunset Upper Fillmore 

The Parking Authority is also investigating site locations in 
the following areas: 

Castro/Upper Market Inner Richmond 
Noe Valley (24th Street) 

For the 1985/86 fiscal year the Parking Authority placed 83.46% 
of its contracts with Minority Business Enterprise and 14.14% 
with Women Business Enterprise. For the second consecutive 
year these figures far exceed both the required percentages for 
goals under the City Ordinance dedicated to this purpose. 



To alleviate the City's parking situation in Chinatown, the 
Parking Authority has installed a test program of self-parking 
at the California Street entrance to the St. Mary's Square 
Garage located immediately east of Grant Avenue. 



In closing, the Authority wishes to express its sincere appre- 
ciation to two retiring members: Francis H. Louie who served 
for 19 years from April 14, 1966 to October 26, 1985, and 
Achille H. Muschi who served for 15 years from January 8, 1970 
to October 26 , 1985 . Their dedication to the activities of the 
Parking Authority is much appreciated. 



Respectfully-) submitted , 




Patrick Short 
Chairman 



Attachment 



SAN FRANCISCO PARKING AUTHORITY - 1985/86 PROJECT SUMMARY 



CONSTRUCTION 

Moscone Center Garage Commercial Improvements 
Performing Arts Garage Commercial Addition 
Performing Arts Garage Roof Waterproofing 
Performing Arts Garage Graphics Installation 
Construction of 16th/Hoff Garage 
Vallejo Street Garage Renovation 
Pierce Street Garage Roof Repair 
Lombard Garage Construction - Development of 

Architectural Plans & Construction Bid Documents 



LEASES 

Moscone Center Garage - Commercial Leases 
Saint Mary's Square Garage - Commercial Lease 
Saint Mary's Square Garage - Operators Lease 
Golden Gateway Garage - Operators Lease 
Seventh-Harrison Lot - Operators Lease 
Polk McAllister Lot - Operators Lease 
Lombard Garage - Commercial Leases 

PROPERTY ACQUISITIONS 

Bush- Polk Property 
Churchill-Vallejo Street Property 



MULTI-USE PROJECTS WITH PARKING 

Mission -Coleridge Property 
Market-Noe Property * 

OTHER PROJECTS 

Neighborhood Parking Facility Cleaning & 

Landscape Maintenance Contract 

Installation of Art Work - Moscone Center Garage 
Installation of Art Work - Performing Arts Garage 
Meter Conversion • Geary Mall 
Mission/Bartlett Garage Structural Corrective Work. 
Implementation of Saint Mary's Garage Self-Park Program 
Development of Neighborhood Parking Plan (1986-1990) 



* Conditional Use Permit Not Issued By Planning Commission. 



Attachment 



PARKING AUTHORITY ORGANIZATION AND PURPOSE 

PARKING AUTHORITY ORGANIZATION 

The San Francisco Parking Authority is composed of: 

Five Members appointed for four-year staggered 
terms by the Mayor and approved by the Board of 
Supervisors . 

Staff is composed of four members: the Director, 
Assistant Director, Secretary and Accountant. 

PARKING AUTHORITY HISTORY AND PURPOSE 

The Parking Law of 1949 recognized that the provision of addi- 
tional parking facilities and the performance of all undertak- 
ings incidental to providing such facilities are public uses 
and purposes for which public money may be spent and private 
property acquired and are governmental functions. 

Following passage of the Parking Law of 1949, the San Francisco 
Board of Supervisors created the Parking Authority of the City 
and County of San Francisco through the passage of Chapter 17 of 
the San Francisco Administrative Code. Mayor Elmer E. Robinson, 
in October 1949, appointed with confirmation of the Board of 
Supervisors, the first Chairman and Members of the San Francisco 
Parking Authority. 

The purpose of the Parking Authority is to: 

1. Develop new off-street parking facilities within 
the City and County of San Francisco. 

2. Manage existing off-street facilities (includes 
23 neighborhood metered areas, five attended 
garages and three attended surface parking 
areas) . 

3 . Oversee the management of four City-owned 
garages operated by non-profit corporations. 

4 . Advise the Mayor and the Board of Supervisors on 
all matters pertaining to off-street parking. 



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PARKING AUTHORITY - 1984/85 AND 1985/86 BUDGETS 
1984-85 BUDGET 



SALARIES & BENEFITS 



1985-86 BUDGET 



Staff Salaries 
Commission Salaries 
Fringe Benefits 



Subtotal 



$128,962 

$4,212 

$35,852 



$169,026 



$144,530 

$4,250 

$44,627 



$193,407 



CONTRACTUAL SERVICES 



Rental of Property 


$11,495 




$33,384 




Membership Dues 


$155 




$155 




Telephone 


$4,500 




$4,500 




Postage 


$1,200 




$1,800 




Printing 


$852 




$1,650 




Travel 


$1,575 




$1,000 




Auto Reimbursement 


($425) 




$1,000 




Judgements & Claims 


$999 




$0 




Lot Maintenance 


$16,000 




$105,000 




Misc. 


$9,468 




$4,915 




Subtotal 




$45,819 




$153,404 


FIXED CHARGES (TAXES) 




$0 




$293,806 


MATERIALS & SUPPLIES 


$1,200 


$1,200 


$1,350 


$1,350 


EQUIPMENT- PURCHASE/LEASE 


$15,214 


$15,214 


$13,380 


$13,380 


SERVICES OF CITY DEPARTMENTS 










Police 


$0 




$94,858 




Real Estate Department 


$57,500 




$115,500 




Tax Collector 


$396,694 




$400,875 




Electricity Department 


$168,493 




$187,065 




Civil Service 


$71 




$66 




Public Works 










Building Repair 


$65,000 




$30,000 




Street Cleaning 


$125,319 




$0 




Traffic & Parking Studies 


$19,200 




$20,160 




City Engineer 


$54,230 




$56,940 




Parking Stall Markings 


$0 




$40,290 




Laguna Honda Lot Renovation 


$0 




$56,923 




Redesigning Parking Facilities 


$40,290 




$6,000 




Building Inspection 


$3,600 




$4,000 




Purchasing/ Reproduction 


$2,500 




$0 




Insurance & Risk Reduction 


$700 




$1,145 




PUC - Electricity 


$48,600 




$47,000 




Maintenance 


$4,400 




$4,400 




City Attorney Services 


$90,000 




$96,300 




Subtotal 




$1,076,597 




$1,161,522 


REVENUE TRANSFERS- 










MAYORS OFFICE 


$70,000 


$70,000 




$0 


GRAND TOTAL 




$1,377,856 




$1,816,869 



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SAN FRANCISCO PARKING AUTHORITY 
SOURCE OF OFF-STREET PARKING FUNDS 



SOURCE OF FUNDS 



Meter Revenues 
Performing Arts Garage 
St. Mary's Square Garage 
Vallejo Street Garage 
Marshall Square Lot 
Seventh/Harrison Lot 
Sutter/Stockton Garage 
TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE 



FY 


FY 


1984/85 


1985/86 


$3,292,236 


$4,122,927 * 


$299,051 


$370,602 


$44,617 


$329,705 ** 


$289,614 


$355,799 


$0 


$95,571 *** 


$0 


$133,330 *** 


$0 


$1,983,642 *** 


$3,925,518 


$7,391,576 



* In May 1985, Board of Supervisors Passed Legislation Authorizing An Additional $700,000/year 
Of Meter Revenues, Effective July 1 , 1 985 Be Added To The Off-Street Parking Fund. 

** Represents 42% of Rental Fees Received. The Remaining 58% Goes To The Park and 
Recreation Department. 

"* In May 1985, Legislation Passed Authorizing Rental Fees Collected 
Be Placed Into the Off-Street Parking Fund. 



SAN FRANCISCO PARKING AUTHORITY 
SOURCE OF FUNDS 



1984/85 FY 




Meter Revenues 
Performing Arts Garage 
St. Mary's Square Garage 
Vallejo Street Garage 



1985/86 FY 




56% 



■ 


Meter Revenues 


1 


Performing Arts Garage 


E3 


St. Mary's Square Garage 


1 


Vallejo Street Garage 


□ 


Seventh/Harrison Lot 


5 


Marshall Square Lot 


n 


Sutter/Stockton Garage 



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FUNDS GENERATED BY FACLfTES OVERSEEN BY PARKING AUTHORITY 















Gross 


Possessory 




Park & 


Total 


GARAGE OR 




General 




Off- Street 


City Parking 


Receipts 


Interest 




Recreation 


Revenues 


LOT 




Fund 




Fund 


Tax 


Tax 


Tax 




Department 


Gsnerstsd 


Ellis- O'Farrall 


G 


$0 




$0 


$264,732 


$0 


$27,172 




$0 


$291,904 


Fifth- Mission 


G 


$0 




$0 


$298,348 


$481,956 


$28,134 




$0 


$808,438 


Goldsn Gatsway 


G 


$0 




$0 


$382,006 


$667,541 


$43,596 


[H 


$0 


$1,093,143 


Japan Csntsr 


G 


$0 




$0 


$136,418 


$222,344 [fT] 


$12,220 


LI] 


$0 


$370,982 


Marshall Square 


L 


$14,942 





$95,721 


$23,980 


$0 


$3,505 




$0 


$138,148 


Moacona Csntsr 


G 


$0 




$0 


$105,338 


$0 


$8,990 




$0 


$114,328 


Performing Arts 


G 


$0 




$370,602 


$108,527 


$0 


$8,940 




$0 


$488,069 


St. Msry's Square 


G 


$0 




$329,705 


$308,416 


$0 


$33,966 




$455,308 


$1,127,395 


Ssvsnth- Harrison 


L 


$27,067 





$133,799 


$31,609 


$0 


$5,461 




$0 


$197,936 


Suiter- Stockton 


G 


$0 




$0 


$525,846 


$1,061,000 


$57,130 




$0 


$1,643,976 


Vsllsjo Street 


G 


$0 





$355,799 


$76,492 


$0 


$9,889 




$0 


$442,180 


SUBTOTAL 




$42,009 


$1,285,626 


$2,261,712 


$2,432,841 


$239,003 


$455,308 


$6,716,499 


Mstsrsd Lots 




$0 




$311,522 


$0 


$0 


$0 




$0 


$311,522 


GRAND TOTAL 


$42,009 




$1,597,148 


$2,261,712 


$2,432,841 


$239,003 


$455,308 


$7,026,021 



NOTES: Funds Are Those Generated Between May 1, 1985 - April 30, 1986 
A - May 1 thru June 30, 1985. 
B - Paid By Parking Authority 



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SAN FRANCISCO PARKING AUTHORITY 



FUNDS GENERATED BY PARKING FACILITIES 

OVERSEEN BY PARKING AUTHORITY 

FISCAL YEAR 1985/86 



6%1% 



35% 




32 % 



■ 


General Fund * 




B 


Oti-Street Parking 


Fund 


E 


City Parking Tax " 




□ 


Gross Receipts Tax 


• 


D 


Possessory Interes 


Tax ' 


D 


Park & Recreation 


Department 



Note: Fiscal year is May 1 Thru April 30. 



All General Fund Revenues 



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YEARLY CHANGE IN TRANSIENT USE OF PARKING FACILITIES 
OVERSEEN BY THE PARKING AUTHORITY 
FISCAL YEARS 1984/85 AND 1985/86 



GARAGE 




Number Of 
Garage 
Spaces 


Average 

Transient 

Spaces 


Days Of 
Operation 


TRANSIENT 


VOLUME 


AVERAGE 
84/85 


TURNOVER 
85/86 


PERI 
C H A r> 
CARS 


O D 
G E 




1984/85 


1985/86 


% 


Ellis/O'Farrell 


G 


920 


788 


365 


781,619 


791,931 


2.72 


2.75 


10,312 


1 .32% 


Fifth/Mission 


G 


1,840 


1,312 


365 


972,565 


961,303 


2.03 


2.01 


-11,262 


-1.16% 


Golden Gateway 


G 


1,065 


790 


250 


426,192 


383,767 


2.16 


1.94 


-42,425 


-9.95% 


Japan Center 


G 


865 


444 


365 


312,593 


295,893 


1.93 


1.83 


-16,700 


-5.34% 


Marshall Square 


L 


111 


111 


250 


56,592 


63.325 


2.04 


2.28 


6,733 


1 1 .90% 


Moscone Center 


G 


730 


408 


208 


100,482 * 


147.797 


1.64 


1.74 


47,315 


47.09% 


Performing Arts 


G 


615 


558 


365 


232,752 


232,695 


1.14 


1.14 


-57 


-0.02% 


St. Mary's Sq. 


G 


828 


455 


365 


233,190 


174,935 


1.40 


1.05 


-58,255 


-24.98% 


Seventh/Harrison 


L 


310 


310 


250 


172,957 


187,679 


2.23 


2.42 


14,722 


8.51% 


Sutter/Stockton 


G 


1,865 


1,663 


365 


1,481,812 


1,508,789 ' * 


2.44 


2.49 


26,977 


1 .82% 


Vallejo Street 


G 


163 


147 


365 


258,962 


267,516 


4.83 


4 99 


8,554 


3.30% 


TOTAL 




9,312 


6.986 


319 


5,029,716 


5.015,630 


2.25 


2.25 


-14,086 


-0.28% 



Notes: Unless Otherwised Noted Figures Are For Fiscal Year - May 1 thru April 30. 

' Garage Opened July 15, 1984 

*' 1510 Spaces Available Thru November 1985; Thereafter 1865 Were Available. 



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SAN FRANCISCO PARKING AUTHORITY 



VEHICLE USAGE 

NON - PROFIT GARAGES 

FISCAL YEARS 1981/82 TO 1985/86 




200,000 



■•- 


Ellis O'Farrell 


•0- 


Fifth-Mission 


•■- 


Golden Gateway 


■D- 


Japan Center 


•sir 


Sutter-Stockton 



1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 

Fiscal Year 



1985-86 



Note: Fiscal Year Is May 1 thru April 30. 



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SAN FRANCISCO PARKING AUTHORITY 



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VEHICLE USAGE 

LEASED GARAGES 

FISCAL YEARS 1981/82 TO 1985/86 




••- 


Moscone 


•0- 


Performing Arts 


•■■ 


St. Mary's Square 


•D- 


Vallejo Street 



1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 

Fiscal Year 



Note: Fiscal Year Is May 1 thru April 30. 



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SAN FRANCISCO PARKING AUTHORITY 



PARKING REVENUES 

NON-PROFIT GARAGES 

FISCAL YEARS 1981/82 TO 1985/86 



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$3,500,000 y 

$3,000,000 ■- 

$2,500,000 « B 

$2,000,000 □ 
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$1,500,000 j 

• 
$1,000,000 " 

$500,000 

$0 




••■ 


Ellis - O'Farrell 


•0- 


Fifth - Mission 


■■- 


Japan Center 


■D- 


Golden Gateway 


-A- 


Sutter Stockton 



1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 

Fiscal Year 



Note: Revenues Exclude City Parking Tax. 
Fiscal Year Is May 1 thru April 30. 



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$3,000,000 ■• 
$2,500,000 ■' 
$2,000,000 
$1,500,000 •- 
$1,000,000 ■■ 
$500,000 ■ 



1981-82 



SAN FRANCISCO PARKING AUTHORITY 



PARKING REVENUES 

LEASED GARAGES 

FISCAL YEARS 1981/82 TO 1985/86 




1982-83 



1983-84 

Fiscal Year 



1984-85 



Note; Revenues Exclude Crty Parking Tax 
Fiscal Year is Ma/ i thru April 30 



1985-86 



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SAN FRANCISCO PARKING AUTHORITY 



PARKING EXPENSES PER STALL 

NON-PROFIT GARAGES 

FISCAL YEARS 1981/82 TO 1985/86 



D 
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$600 g 

$400 { 

D 

$200 + 



••- 


Ellis - O'Farrell 


•o- 


Fifth - Mission 


■■- 


Golden Gateway 


•D- 


Japan Center 


-A- 


Sutter - Stockton 



■+■ 



■+- 



+ 



$0 

1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 

Fiscal Year 



1985-86 



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SAN FRANCISCO PARKING AUTHORITY 



EXPENSES PER STALL 

LEASED GARAGES 

FISCAL YEARS 1981/82 TO 1985/86 



$3,000 -,- 




• 


Moscone 


o 


Performing Arts 


■ 


St Marys Square 


D 


vaiiejo Street 



1981-62 



1982-83 



1983-84 
Fiscal Year 



1984-85 



1985-86 



No*: FiKa VM> il It) I ' Ac- 30 



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SAN FRANCISCO PARKING AUTHORITY 



NET INCOME PER STALL 

NON-PROFIT GARAGES 

FISCAL YEARS 1981/82 TO 1985/86 



$0 4 
1981/82 




•■ 


Ellis - 


OTarrell 


0- 


Filth • 


Mission 


■■ 


Golder 


Gateway 


D 


Japan 


Center 


A- Sutler 


- Stockton 



1982/83 



1983/84 
Fiscal Year 



1984/85 



1985/86 



Not* Fiscal Year Is May 1 thru April 30 



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SAN FRANCISCO PARKING AUTHORITY 



NET INCOME PER STALL 

LEASED GARAGES 

FISCAL YEARS 1981/82 TO 1985/86 



D 
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••- 


Moscone 


o- 


Performing Arts 


<■- 


St. Mary's Square 


•□- 


Vallejo Street 



1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 

Fiscal Year 



1984-85 1985-86 



Note: Fiscal Year Is May 1 thru April 30. 



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SAN FRANCISCO PARKING AUTHORITY 



AVERAGE DAILY TRANSIENT TURNOVER 

NON PROFIT GARAGES 

FISCAL YEARS 1981/82 TO 1985/86 




■•■ 


Ellis - O'Farrell 


•o- 


Fifth - Mission 


•■- 


Golden Gateway 


•□- 


Japan Center 


-A- 


Sutter - Stockton 



1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 

FISCAL YEAR 



1985-86 



Note: Fiscal Year is May i thru April 30. 



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SAN FRANCISCO PARKING AUTHORITY 



AVERAGE DAILY TRANISENT TURNOVER 

LEASED GARAGES 

FISCAL YEARS 1981/82 TO 1985/86 



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5.25 •- 

4.5 •- 

3.75 - 

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■•- 


Moscone Center 


•o- 


Performing Arts 


•■- 


St. Mary's Square 


•D- 


Vallejo Street 



1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 

Fiscal Year 



1985-86 



Note: Fiscal Year is May 1 Thru April 30. 



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LOCATIONS OF CITY OWNED AND PARKING AUTHORITY MANAGED 
ATTENDED FACILITIES 



Garage 



Spaces 



Address and Location 



Ellis O'Farrell 
Fifth & Mission 
Golden Gateway 
Japan Center 
Moscone Center 
Performing Arts 
St. Mary's Square 
Sutter Stockton 
Vallejo Street 



Lots 



920 



1840 



1065 



865 



730 



615 



828 



1865 



163 



8891 



Marshall Square Plaza 128 



Seventh and Harrison 310 



Polk/McAllister 



53 



491 



123 O'Farrell Street 

( O'Farrell Street between Powell and Stockton Streets) 

833 Mission Street 

( Mission Street between Fourth and Fifth Streets) 

250 Clay Street 

( Clay Street between Battery and Davis Streets) 

1660 Geary Boulevard 

( Geary Boulevard between Buchanan and Webster Streets) 

255 Third Street 

(Third Street between Howard and Folsom Streets) 

360 Grove Street 

( Grove Street between Gough and Franklin Streets) 

433 Kearny Street 

( Kearny Street between Pine and California Streets) 

330 Sutter Street 

( Sutter Street between Stockton Street and Grant Avenue) 

766 Vallejo Street 

( Vallejo Street between Stockton and Powell Streets) 



24 Grove Street 

( Grove Street between Hyde and Larkin Streets) 

1009-11 Harrison Street 

( Harrison Street between Sixth and Seventh Streets) 

401 Polk Street 

( Corner of Polk and McAllister Streets) 



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LOCATIONS OF OFF-STREET METERED PARKING AREAS 
MANAGED BY PARKING AUTHORITY 



Metered Areas Spaces 



Address and Location 



CLEMENT 



8th Ave & Clement 
9th Ave & Clement 



33 320-324 8th Avenue ( Between Geary Blvd. & Clement Street) 

28 330 9th Avenue ( Between Geary Blvd. & Clement Street) 



EUREKA VALLEY 

17th St. & Castro St. 
18th St. & 

Collingwood St. 



21 457 Castro Street ( Between 17th and 18th Streets) 

20 4116 17th Street ( Between Castro & Collingwood Streets) 



EXCELSIOR 



Norton & Mission St. 



30 20 Norton Street ( Between Mission St. & Alemany Blvd. 



GEARY 



16th & Geary Blvd. 
18th & Geary Blvd. 
21th & Geary Blvd. 



109 5200 Geary Blvd. (Between 16th & 17th Avenues) 

36 419-23 18th Ave. ( Between Geary Blvd. & Anza St. 

22 5732 Geary Blvd. (Between 21th and 22th Avenues) 



LAKESIDE VILLAGE 



Junipero Serra Blvd. 




& Ocean 


22 


19th Ave & Ocean 


21 


LOMBARD 





Fillmore St/Lombard 



2500 Ocean Ave. ( Corner Juniperro Serra/ Ocean) 
3000 19th Avenue ( Corner 19th Ave/ Ocean) 



52 2055 Lombard Street( Between Fillmore & Webster Streets) 



MARNIA 



Pierce St./Chesnut 



114 3252 Pierce St. ( Between Chestnut & Lombard Streets) 



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Metered Areas Spaces 



LOCATIONS OF OFF-STREET METERED PARKING AREAS 
MANAGED BY PARKING AUTHORITY 

Address and Location 





MISSION 




16th 


St./Hoff St. 


115 


24th 


St./Capp St. 


20 


Miss 


Ion/ Bartlett 
NOE VALLEY 


371 



24th St./Noe St. 



16 



20-80 Hoff Street ( Between 16th Street & 17th Street) 
1-11 Lilac Street ( Corner of 24th and Capp Streets) 
50 Bartlett Street (Between 21th & 22th Streets) 



4061 24th Street ( Between Noe and Castro Streets) 



POLK 



Bush St. /Polk St. 



26 



1360 Bush St. (Between Bush & Polk Streets) 



PORTOLA 



Felton St/San Bruno 



11 



25 Felton Street ( Between Girard St. and San Bruno Ave) 



SUNSET 



6th Ave/ Irving St. 
8th Ave./ Irving St. 
20th Ave/ Irving St. 



46 1355 6th Avenue ( Between Irving and Judah Streets) 

35 1325 8th Avenue ( Between Irving and Judah Streets) 

25 1275 20th Avenue ( Between Irving St and Lincoln Way) 



WEST PORTAL 

Claremont St/Ulloa 
West Portal Ave & 
Vicente Street 



24 807-825 Ulloa Street ( Corner Claremont Blvd/Ulloa Ave) 

20 174 West Portal Avenue( Between 14th Ave and Vicente St) 



1217 



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ANNUAL REPORT 
* 1986-1987 



UOOUMENTS DEPT. 

OCT 2 1987 

GAi^ rKANCISCO 
PUBLIC IJRRARV 




THE PARKING AUTHORITY 

CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANSICO 



PARKTOQ AUTHOR 

CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 



JOHN PATRICK SHORT, Chairman 
MICHAEL S. SALARNO, Vice Chairman 

Q. TODD DICKINSON 

E. PORCHER HESTER 

JAMES K. HO 



RAY KING 
Director 

KEVIN M. HAGERTY 
Assistant Director 



HONORABLE DIANNE FEINSTEIN, Mayor 
City and County of San Francisco 



>M0 FRANCISCO PARG«8 AUTHORITY 
1S8S-87 MUTUAL REPORT 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

REPORT OF THE CHAIRMAN 3 

PARKING AUTHORITY ORGANIZATION AND PURPOSE 6 
PARKING AUTHORITY BUDGET 

A. COMPARISON OF 1985/86 & 1986/87 BUDGETS 7 

B. SOURCE OF FUNDS: 

Statement 8 

Pie Chart 9 

FUNDS GENERATED BY GARAGES AND LOTS OVERSEEN 
BY PARKING AUTHORITY 

Statement 1 

Pie Chart 1 1 

SCHEDULE OF LEASES AND RENTS 12 

YEARLY CHANGE IN TRANSIENT PARKING 

1985/86 vs 1986/87 13 

ACTIVITY TREND GRAPHS (Fiscal Years 1982/83 Thru 1986/87) 

Vehicle Volume - Non-Profit Garages 1 4 

Vehicle Volume - Leased Garages 1 5 

Parking Revenues - Non-Profit Garages 1 6 

Parking Revenues - Leased Garages 1 7 

Average Daily Transient Turnover - Non-Profit Garages 1 8 

Average Daily Transient Turnover - Leased Garages 1 9 

LOCATIONS OF CITY OWNED GARAGES, ATTENDED PARKING LOTS 

AND METERED AREAS OVERSEEN BY PARKING AUTHORITY 20 




Honorable Dianne Feinstein 
Mayor of San Francisco 
200 City Hall 
San Francisco CA 94102 

Dear Mayor Feinstein: 

I am pleased to submit tbe Annual Report of the San Francisco 
Parking Authority for the 1986/87 fiscal year. 

As an attachment to this submittal letter, I am enclosing a 
project summary for the 1986/87 fiscal year activities in which 
the Parking Authority was involved. 

The Parking Authority continues to attempt to create new 
facilities in San Francisco neighborhoods. Construction on the 
Lombard Street Garage, consisting of 212 parking stalls and six 
commercial/retail storefronts, is scheduled for completion the 
middle of November. In addition, the Parking Authority opened a 
new 35-stall surface parking facility on 7th Avenue in what was 
formerly a schoolyard for the Laguna Honda School. Legislation 
is pending that will enable the City to complete the purchase of 
a 10,800 square foot site at the southwest corner of Bush and 
Polk Streets, and a land lease is being drafted to allow private 
enterprise to build a garage with commercial space on that site. 

The Parking Authority has requested the Real Estate Department 
to negotiate leases and/or acquisition of land for parking in 
the following neighborhood areas: 

Upper Fillmore Noe Valley (24th Street) 

North Beach Chinatown 

Polk Street Glen Park 
Van Ness Avenue 

and these negotiations are under way at the present time. In 
addition, the Parking Authority is also investigating site 
locations in the following areas: 

Castro/Upper Market Inner Richmond 

For the 1986/87 fiscal year, the Parking Authority placed 95.05% 
of its contracts with Minority Business Enterprise and 2.33% with 
Women Business Enterprise. Only 2.64% of the Parking Authority's 
contracts were placed with Non-Minority or Women Business 
Enterprise. 



In the last fiscal year the Parking Authority installed a test 
program of self-parking for nights and weekends at the California 
Street entrance of the St. Mary's Square Garage. That program 
has been made permanent and the self-park program is increasing 
in usage. 

In closing, Parking the Authority wishes to express its apprecia- 
tion for the support it has received from your office, the Board 
of Supervisors and the several other City agencies who perform 
services on behalf of the Parking Authority. Any successful 
activities of the Parking Authority would not be possible without 
that cooperation. 

The Parking Authority also wishes to express its appreciation to 
Commissioner E. Porcher (Shaye) Hester, who has resigned and 
will be leaving following the July meeting of the Authority. 
The relocation of her family to the east coast has cost the 
Parking Authority a member whose service is extremely active and 
valuable on behalf of both the Authority and the residents of 
San Francisco. 



Respectfull 




John Patrick Short 
Chairman 

Attachment 

2383A 



SAN FRANCISCO PARKING AUTHORITY 



1986/87 PROJECT SUMMARY 



Construction 



Moscone Center Garage Commercial Improvements 
7th Avenue Schoolyard Parking Lot Conversion 
Lombard Street Garage Construction 



Leases 



Marshall Square Surface Parking Lot 
Lombard Street Garage 
Moscone Commercial Spaces (2) 



Proposed Property Acquistions 



Bush- Polk Property 
Churchill-Vallejo Street Property 



Other Projects 



Neighborhood Parking Facility Cleaning & 
Landscape Maintenance Contract 
Installation of Art Work - Lombard Street Garage 
Installation of Art Work - Performing Arts Garage 
Mission/Bartlett Parking Plaza Structural Corrective Work 
Implementation of Saint Mary's Square Garage Self-Park Program 
Development of Neighborhood Parking Plan (1986-1990) 



SAN FRANCISCO PARKING AUTHORITY 
Organization and Purpose 



Organization: 

The San Francisco Parking Authority is composed of: 

Five Members appointed for four-year staggered terms by the Mayor and 
approved by the Board of Supervisors. 

Staff is composed of four members: the Director, Assistant Director, Secretary and 
Accountant. 

History and Purpose: 

The parking Law of 1949 recognized that the provision of additional parking 
facilities and the performance of all undertaking incidental to providing such 
facilities are public uses and purposes for which public money may be spent and 
private property acquired and are governmental functions. 

Following passage of the Parking Law of 1949, the San Francisco Board of 
Supervisors created the Parking Authority of the City and County of San 
Francisco through the passage of Chapter 17 of the San Francisco Administrative 
Code. Mayor Elmer E. Robinson, in October 1949, appointed with the confirmation 
of the Board of Supervisors, the first Chairman and Members of the San Francisco 
Parking Authority. 

The purpose of the Parking Authority is to: 

1. Develop new off-street parking facilties within the City and County of 

San Francisco. 

2. Manage existing off-street facilities (includes 23 neighborhood metered 

areas, five attended garages and three attended surface parking areas). 

3. Oversee the management of four City-owned garages operated by non- 

profit corporations. 

4. Advise the Mayor and the Board of Supervisors on all matters pertaining 

to off-street parking. 



SAN FRANCISCO PARKING AUTHORITY 

STATEMENT OF DEPARTMENTAL EXPENDITURES 
Fiscal Years 1985-86 & 1986-87 



1985-86 EXPENSES 1986-87 EXPENSES 



Rental of Property 

Membership Dues 

Telephone 

Postage 

Equipment Maintenance 

Printing 

Training 

Travel 

Auto Reimbursement 

Lot Maintenance 

Misc. 

Subtotal 
FIXED CHARGES (TAXES) 
MATERIALS & SUPPLIES 
EQUIPMENT- PURCHASE/LEASE 
SERVICES OF CITY DEPARTMENTS 
Police 

Real Estate Department 
Tax Collector 
Electricity Department 
Controller - External Audit 
Civil Service 
Public Works 

Facilities Maintenance 

Building Repair 

Street Cleaning 

Street Repair 

Traffic & Parking Studies 

City Engineer 

Parking Stall Markings 

Laguna Honda Lot Renovation 

Building Inspection 
Purchasing/ Reproduction 
Insurance & Risk Reduction 
PUC - Electricity 
Maintenance 
City Attorney Services 
Subtotal 



SALARIES & BENEFITS 

Staff Salaries $141,320 $151,806 

Commission Salaries $3,200 $3,350 

Fringe Benefits $39,110 $41,859 

Subtotal $183,630 $197,015 

CONTRACTUAL SERVICES 



GRAND TOTAL 



$30,766 




$37,044 




$150 




$175 




$4,188 




$4,174 




$1,800 




$2,000 




$1,320 




$3,828 




$445 




$56 




$450 




$100 




$1,000 




$685 




$529 




$995 




$64,509 




$59,935 




$485 




$722 






$105,642 




$109,714 




$278,160 




$252,695 




$1,108 




$1,127 




$12,477 




$19,014 


$45,569 




$47,995 




$103,782 




$84,305 




$400,875 




$450,682 




$187,065 




$309,136 




$0 




$8,510 




$47 




$48 




$25,908 




$31,129 




$0 




$3,772 




$0 




$5,331 




$0 




$5,410 




$7,565 




$8,655 




$57,092 




$61,189 




$36,187 




$37,458 




$56,923 




$0 




$966 




$2,641 




$0 




$1,379 




$1,145 




$822 




$43,367 




$40,394 




$4,189 




$3,137 




$96,300 




$101,716 






$1,066,980 




$1,203,709 




$1,647,997 


$1,783,274 



SAN FRANCISCO PARKING AUTHORITY 
Source of Off-Street Funds 



SOURCE OF FUNDS 


FY 
1984/85 


FY 
1985/86 




FY 
1986/87 


Meter Revenues 


$3,292,236 


$4,122,927 


$4,537,467 


Performing Arts Garage 


$299,051 


$370,602 




$377,638 


St. Mary's Square Garage 


$44,617 


$329,705 


(a) 


$498,324 


Vallejo Street Garage 


$289,614 


$355,799 




$380,766 


Marshall Square Lot 


$0 


$95,571 


(b) 


$132,061 


Seventh/Harrison Lot 


$0 


$133,330 


(b) 


$157,016 


Sutter/Stockton Garage 
TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE 


$0 
$3,925,518 


$1,983,642 
$7,391,576 


(b) 


$1,495,227 
$7,578,499 



(a) Represents 42% of Rental Fees Received. The Remaining 58% Goes To The Park and 
Recreation Department. 

(b) In May 1985, Legislation Passed Authorizing Rental Fees Collected 
Be Placed Into the Off-Street Parking Fund. 



SAN FRANCISCO PARKING AUTHORITY 
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SAN FRANCISCO PARKING AUTHORITY 
NON-PROFIT GARAGE VOLUME 
Fiscal Years 1982-83 Thru 1986-87 



1.600,000 




100,000 



1982-83 



♦- 


Ellis-O'Farrell 


o- 


Fifth-Mission 


■- 


Japan Center 


n- 


Sutter-Stockton 



1986-87 



1992-83 



1983-84 



1984-85 



1985-86 



1986-87 



Ellis O'Farrell 
Fifth Mission 
Japan Center 
Sutter Stockton 



695,120 

976,802 

442,509 

1,388,626 



748,831 
1,022,859 

501,349 
1,465,080 



831,779 
1,078,693 

526,315 
1,487,884 



791,931 

961,303 

532,308 

1,508,789 



832,657 
1,032,224 

532,227 
1,664,064 



14 



SAN FRANCISCO PARKING AUTHORITY 
LEASED GARAGE VOLUME 
Fiscal Years 1982-83 Thru 1986-87 



600.000 




♦ 


Golden Gateway 


o 


Moscone 


■ 


Performing Arts 


□ 


St. Marys Sq. 


A- 


Vallejo 



1982-83 



1986-87 



1982-83 



1983-84 



1984-85 



1985-86 



1986-87 



Golden Gateway 


474,327 


Moscone 


NA 


Performing Arts 


NA 


St. Mary's Square 


391,267 


Vallejo 


263,171 



500,053 

NA 
132,855 
364,780 
268,800 



504,864 
161,730 
245,424 
348,030 
264,242 



383,767 
147,797 
232,695 
174,935 
267,516 



430,528 
159,083 
230,715 
126,503 
296,329 



Note: The Moscone Garage Opened in July 1984. 

The Performing Arts Garage Opened in August 1983. 






15 



SAN FRANCISCO PARKING AUTHORITY 
NON-PROFIT GARAGE REVENUES 

Fiscal Years 1982-83 Thru 1986-87 



$4,000,000 -r 
$3,500,000 . . 



$3,000,000 - .■ 
□ 

$2,500,000 . . 




O 

L 

L $2,000,000 - • 

A 

R $1,500,000 6 

s 




1982-83 



♦• 


Ellis-O'Farrell 


o 


Fiflh-Misslon 


■ 


Japan Center 


D 


Sutter-Stockton 



1986-87 



1982-8? 



19 83-84 



1984-85 



1985-86 



1986-87 



Ellis O'Farrell 
Fifth-Mission 
Japan Center 
Sutter-Stockton 



$1,450,910 
$1,529,099 
$ 648,005 
$2,833,262 



$1,465,820 
$1,712,102 
$ 785,131 
$3,110,820 



$1,616,717 
$1,924,937 
$ 867,274 
$3,290,924 



$1,728,703 
$1,932,739 
$ 882,522 
$3,358,241 



$1,710,381 
$2,095,870 
$ 985,266 
$3,587,201 



16 



SAN FRANCISCO PARKING AUTHORITY 
LEASED GARAGE REVENUES 
Fiscal Years 1982-83 Thru 1986-87 



$2,800,000 
$2,600,000 
$2,400,000 
$2,200,000 Q 
$2,000,000 - 

$1,800,000 

$1,600,000 - 
$1 ,400,000 - ..-.,• 
$1,200,000 -• 
$1,000,000 

$800,000 . ... 

$600,000 . „ 

$400,000 i ; 

$200,000 

1982- 




1986-87 








1982-83 


1983-84 


1984-85 


1985-86 


1986-87 


Golden Gateway 


$2,223,825 


$2,418,582 


$2,493,889 


$2,543,882 


$2,720,505 


Moscone 


NA 


NA 


$ 407,331 


$ 672,337 


$ 700,004 


Performing Arts 


NA 


$ 280,009 


$ 558,348 


$ 691,939 


$ 705,076 


St. Mary's Sq. 


$2,253,771 


$2,372,982 


$2,506,000 


$2,133,913 


$1,845,809 


Vallejo 


$ 416,111 


$ 456,327 


$ 474,161 


$ 488,547 


$ 522,829 



Note: The Moscone Garage Opened in July 1984. 

The Performing Arts Garage Opened in August 1983. 



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SAN FRANCISCO PARKING AUTHORITY 
NON-PROFIT GARAGE TRANSIENT TURNOVER 
Fiscal Years 1982-83 Thru 1986-87 




♦■ 


Ellis-O'Farrell 


o 


Fifth-Mission 


■ 


Japan Center 


D 


Sutter-Stockton 



1982-83 



1986-87 



Ellis O'Farrell 
Fifth-Mission 
Japan Center 
Sutter-Stockton 



1982-83 


1983-84 


1984-85 


1985-86 


1986-87 


4.30 


3.91 


3.90 


3.33 


3.50 


1.56 


1.70 


2.03 


2.33 


2.51 


2.94 


3.33 


3.50 


3.54 


3.57 


2.06 


2.17 


2.44 


2.24 


2.47 



18 



SAN FRANCISCO PARKING AUTHORITY 
LEASED GARAGE TRANSIENT TURNOVER 

Fiscal Years 1982-83 Thru 1986-87 



6 ,- 












Golden Gateway 
Moscone 
Performing Arts 
St. Mary's Sq. 
Vallejo 




1982-83 



1982-83 

2.50 

NA 

NA 
1.97 
4.84 



19 83-84 , 

2.64 
NA 
0.58 
1.77 
5.08 



1984-85 

2.16 
0.74 
1.14 
1.40 
4.83 



♦ • Golden Gateway 
O' Moscone 
I' Performing Arts 
□• St. Mary's Sq. 
A- Vallejo 



1986-87 



1985-86 

1.85 
1.11 
1.15 
1.26 
4.99 



1986-87 

2.07 
1.20 
1.14 
0.91 
5.52 



Note: The Moscone Garage Opened in July 1984. 

The Performing Arts Garage Opened in August 1983. 



19 



SAN FRANCISCO PARKING AUTHORITY 
Locations of Attended Parking Facilities 



Garages 



Spaces 



Address and Location 



Ellis O'Farrell 



Fifth & Mission 



Golden Gateway 



Japan Center 

Main Garage 
Fillmore Annex 

Moscone Center 



Performing Arts 
St. Mary's Square 
Sutter Stockton 
Vallejo Street 



760 



1782 



1112 



715 
160 

732 



612 



828 



1850 



161 



8712 



Lots 
Marshall Square Plaza 127 

Seventh and Harrison 310 



Polk-McAllister 



60 



497 



123 O'Farrell Street 

( O'Farrell Street between Powell and Stockton Streets) 

833 Mission Street 

( Mission Street between Fourth and Fifth Streets) 

250 Clay Street 

( Clay Street between Battery and Davis Streets) 



1660 Geary Blvd. between Buchanan and Webster Streets. 
Fillmore St. between Geary Blvd. & Post St. 

255 Third Street 

(Third Street between Howard and Folsom Streets) 

360 Grove Street 

( Grove Street between Gough and Franklin Streets) 

433 Kearny Street 

( Kearny Street between Pine and California Streets) 

444 Stockton Street 

( Stockton Street between Sutter and Bush Streets) 

766 Vallejo Street 

( Vallejo Street between Stockton and Powell Streets) 



24 Grove Street 

( Grove Street between Hyde and Larkin Streets) 

1009-11 Harrison Street 

( Harrison Street between Sixth and Seventh Streets) 

401 Polk Street 

( Corner of Polk and McAllister Streets) 



20 



SAN FRANCISCO PARKING AUTHORITY 
Locations of Off-Street Metered Parking Facilities 



Metered Areas Spaces 



CLEMENT 



8th Ave & Clement 33 

9th Ave & Clement 28 



Address and Location 



320-324 8th Avenue ( Between Geary Blvd. & Clement Street) 
330 9th Avenue ( Between Geary Blvd. & Clement Street) 



EUREKA VALLEY 



17th St. & Castro 


St. 


21 


18th St. & 






Collingwood St. 




20 


EXCELSIOR 






Norton & Mission 


St. 


30 


GEARY 







16th & Geary Blvd. 109 

18th & Geary Blvd. 36 

21th & Geary Blvd. 22 



457 Castro Street ( Between 17th and 18th Streets) 

41 16 17th Street ( Between Castro & Collingwood Streets) 

20 Norton Street ( Between Mission St. & Alemany Blvd.) 



5200 Geary Blvd. (Between 16th & 17th Avenues) 
419-23 18th Ave. ( Between Geary Blvd. & Anza St.) 
5732 Geary Blvd. (Between 21th and 22th Avenues) 



LAKESIDE VILLAGE 



Junipero Serra Blvd. 




& Ocean 


22 


19th Ave & Ocean 


21 


MARNIA 




Pierce St./Chesnut 


114 


MISSION 




16th St./Hoff St. 


115 


24th St./Capp St. 


20 


Mission/ Bartlett 


371 


NOE VALLEY 




24th St./Noe St. 


16 


POLK 





Bush St. /Polk St. 



26 



2500 Ocean Ave. ( Corner Juniperro Serra/ Ocean Ave.) 
3000 19th Avenue ( Corner 19th Ave/ Ocean Ave.) 



3252 Pierce St. ( Between Chestnut & Lombard Streets) 



20-80 Hoff Street ( Between 16th Street & 17th Street) 
1-1 1 Lilac Street ( Corner of 24th and Capp Streets) 
50 Bartlett Street (Between 21th & 22th Streets) 



4061 24th Street ( Between Noe and Castro Streets) 



1360 Bush St. (Between Bush & Polk Streets) 



21 



SAN FRANCISCO PARKING AUTHORITY 
Locations of Off-Street Metered Parking Facilities 



Metered Areas Spaces 



PORTOLA 
Felton St/San Bruno 



11 



Address and Location 



25 Felton Street ( Between Girard St. and San Bruno Ave) 



SUNSET 



6th Ave/ Irving St. 46 

7th Ave/ Irving 35 

8th Ave./ Irving St. 35 

20th Ave/ Irving St. 25 



1355 6th Avenue ( Between Irving and Judah Streets) 
7th Avenue (Between Irving and Judah Streets) 
1325 8th Avenue (Between Irving and Judah Streets) 
1275 20th Avenue (Between Irving St and Lincoln Way) 



WEST PORTAL 



Claremont St/Ulloa 
West Portal Ave & 
Vicente Street 


24 
20 


Total Off-Street 
Metered Spaces 


1200 



807-825 Ulloa Street ( Corner Claremont Blvd/Ulloa Ave) 
174 West Portal Avenue( Between 14th Ave and Vicente St) 



22 



SP 
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I481-4B 



PARKING 
AUTHORITY 

fc ANNUAL REPORT 

* 1987-88 




DOCUMENTS DEPT. 

NOV 2 9 193-8 




Lombard Street Garage - Opened December 1987 



CITY AND COUNTY OF^SAN FRANCISCO 

HONORABLE ART AGNOS, Mayor 



n®©?-@© AMNitim ^iip©^t 



PARKING AUTHORITY 

CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 



Q. TODD DICKINSON, Chairman 
MICHAEL S. SALARNO, Vice Chairman 

JAMES K. HO 

JOHN PATRICK SHORT 

JANE WINSLOW 



RAY KING 
Director 

KEVIN M. HAGERTY 
Assistant Director 



HONORABLE ART AGNOS, Mayor 
City and County of San Francisco 



SAN FRANCISCO FARMS AUTHORITY 
1S87-S8 A^UAL REPORT 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

— ~ ■■' ' ■ 

REPORT OF THE CHAIRMAN 4 

1987-88 PROJECT SUMMARY 6 

PARKING AUTHORITY ORGANIZATION AND PURPOSE 7 
PARKING AUTHORITY BUDGET 

A. SOURCE OF FUNDS: 

Statement 8 

Pie Chart 9 

B. STATEMENT OF DEPARTMENT EXPENDITURES 10 



FUNDS GENERATED BY GARAGES AND LOTS OVERSEEN 
BY PARKING AUTHORITY 

Statement 11 

Pie Chart 12 



SCHEDULE OF LEASES AND RENTS 1 3 

YEARLY CHANGE IN TRANSIENT PARKING 

1986/87 vs 1987/88 14 



ACTIVITY TREND GRAPHS (Fiscal Years 1983/84 Thru 1987/88) 

Vehicle Volume - Non-Prof it Garages 15 

Vehicle Volume - Leased Garages 16 

Parking Revenues - Non-Prof it Garages 17 

Parking Revenues - Leased Garages 18 

Average Daily Transient Turnover - Non-Profit Garages 19 

Average Daily Transient Turnover - Leased Garages 20 

LOCATIONS OF CITY OWNED GARAGES, ATTENDED PARKING 

LOTS AND METERED AREAS OVERSEEN BY PARKING 

AUTHORITY 21 



PAGE 



PARKING GARAGE ACTIVITY SUMMARY 

Ellis/ O'Farrell Garage 26 

Fifth/Mission Garage 27 

Golden Gateway Garage 28 

Japan Center Garage 29 

Lombard Street Garage 30 

Moscone Center Garage 31 

Performing Arts Garage 32 

St. Mary's Square Garage 33 

Sutter/Stockton Garage 34 

Vallejo Street Garage 35 

PARKING LOT ACTIVITY SUMMARY 

Marshall Square Plaza Lot 37 

Polk/McAllister Lot 38 

Seventh/Harrison Parking Plaza 39 




Honorable Art Agnos 
Mayor of San Francisco 
200 City Hall 
San Francisco CA 94102 



Dear Mayor Agnos: 

I am pleased to submit the San Francisco Parking Authority's Annual Report 
for the 1987/88 fiscal year. Following this transmittal letter is a project summary 
for the year ending June 30, 1988, listing activities in which the Parking 
Authority was involved. I would like to note the following highlights: 

During the past year, the ten garages, three attended surface lots, and twenty- 
three neighborhood metered lots the Parking Authority oversees grossed 
$22,118,086, of which $8,184,136 went to the City's General Fund, 
$3,709,236 went to the Off-Street Parking Fund, and $664,870 went to the Park 
and Recreation Department. The balance of revenues goes toward 
maintanence and operation of these facilities. Additionally, the thirteen City 
parking facilities generated $194,596 in Possessory Interest Tax to the General 
Fund. 

Transient vehicle usage in the garages and attended lots under the 
jurisdiction of the Parking Authority increased to 6,193,163 during the past 
year. This represents an 51 1 ,401 vehicle or a nine percent increase from the 
year before. The large part of these increases occurred in three garages. 
Japan Center by 190,000, Sutter -Stockton by 97,723 and Fifth - Mission by 
61 ,622. This available, inexpensive, short term parking has been cited as one 
of the major reasons for the increase in business activity in the Downtown 
Retail and Japan Center Retail and Entertainment Areas. 

In December, the 205-parking space Lombard Street Garage opened for 
business. The facility , the first new City parking garage built in three years, 
was designed by the San Francisco architectural firm of Gordon Chong and 
Associates, and received a design award from the Institutional and Municipal 
Parking Congress. The Parking Authority thru the City's Department of Real 
Estate, is currently negotiating with the United States Postal Service to 
occupy the commercial space fronting Lombard Street. 



-4- 



Aiso in December the Authority used Off-Street Parking Fund money to 
acquire a site at the southwest corner of Polk and Bush Streets, and is carefully 
considering a joint public/private partnership in which private industry would 
lease the land and build a garage and commercial/retail space. 

The Parking Authority has requested supplemental appropriations from the Off- 
Street Parking Fund totaling $8.5 million for the acquisition of land in the Upper 
Fillmore and Chinatown areas, two of the top ten identified most crucial 
parking areas in the City. In both cases the Planning Commission has approved 
parking as being in conformity to Master Plan on these sites. 

With the passage of Proposition F in the November 1987 election, the Parking 
Authority was authorized to issue lease revenue bonds for neighborhood 
parking. The Proposition provides the Parking Authority the opportunity to have 
the Off-Street Parking Fund reimbursed for new land acquisition when bonds 
are subsequently sold. The Parking Authority continues to explore the 
possibility of developing additional parking in the following neighborhood 
areas: 

Castro-Upper Market Street 

Inner Richmond 

Glen Park 

Noe Valley 

North Beach 

Outer Richmond 

Van Ness Avenue 



The Parking Authority would like to express its appreciation for the support it 
received from your office and that of former Mayor Dianne Feinstein. In 
addition, the Authority could not function without the cooperation of the Board 
of Supervisors and other City agencies who perform services on our behalf. We 
look forward to continued cooperation as we pursue additional parking in the 
neighborhoods of San Francisco. 



Sincerely 




Q. Todd Dickinson 
Chairman 



-5- 



SAN FRANCISCO PARKING AUTHORITY 
1987-88 PROJECT SUMMARY 



Construction 



Lombard Street Garage Construction 
Ellis- O'Farrell Basement Ramp Expansion 
Moscone Garage Drainage Repair 



Leases 



Marshall Square Plaza Parking Lot 

Lombard Street Garage 

Moscone Commercial Spaces 

Geary Mall Lease Amendment 

U. S. Post Office Lease - Lombard Garage 

Diamond Market Parking Lot Lease 

Lease Amendments (Garage Rate Increases) 

Proposed Property Acquistions 



Churchill Alley-Vallejo Street Property 
California Street/ Steiner Street Property 
Washington Street/Van Ness Avenue Property 
Green /Polk Street Property 



Other Projects 



Passage of Neighborhood Parking Bond Funding Program 

(Proposition F, 1987 November Ballot) 
Refinancing of Moscone Garage Bonds 
Neighborhood Parking Facility Cleaning & 

Landscape Maintenance Contract 
Installation of Art Work - Lombard Street Garage 
Installation of Art Work - Performing Arts Garage 
Painting of Interior of Fifth/Mission Garage 
Water Leakage Study at Japan Center Garage 
Resolution of Litigation on Construction Problems -Mission 
Bartlett Garage 



-6- 



SAN FRANCISCO PARKING AUTHORITY 
Organization and Purpose 

Organization: 

The San Francisco Parking Authority is composed of: 

Five Members appointed for four-year staggered terms by the Mayor and 
approved by the Board of Supervisors. 

Staff is composed of four members: the Director, Assistant Director, Secretary and 
Accountant. 

History and Purpose: 

The Parking Law of 1949 recognized that the provision of additional parking 
facilities and the performance of all undertakings incidental to providing such 
facilities are public uses and purposes for which public money may be spent and 
private property acquired and are governmental functions. 

Following passage of the Parking Law of 1949, the San Francisco Board of 
Supervisors created the Parking Authority of the City and County of San 
Francisco through the passage of Chapter 17 of the San Francisco Administrative 
Code. Mayor Elmer E. Robinson, in October 1949, appointed with the confirmation 
of the Board of Supervisors, the first Chairman and Members of the San Francisco 
Parking Authority. 

The purpose of the Parking Authority is to: 

1. Develop new off-street parking facilties within the City and County of San 

Francisco. 

2. Manage existing off-street facilities (includes 23 neighborhood metered 

areas, six attended garages and three attended surface 
parking areas). 

3. Oversee the management of four City-owned garages operated by non- 

profit corporations. 

4. Advise the Mayor and the Board of Supervisors on all matters pertaining 

to off-street parking. 



-7- 



SAN FRANCISCO PARKING AUTHORITY 
Source of Off-Street Funds 





FY 


FY 


FY 


SOURCE OF FUNDS 


1985/86 


1986/87 


1987/88 


Meter Revenues 


$4,122,927 


$4,537,467 


$4,608,187 


Performing Arts Garage 


$370,602 


$377,638 


$371,034 


St. Mary's Square Garage 


$329,705 


$498,324 


$459,983 


Vallejo Street Garage 


$355,799 


$380,766 


$388,934 


Marshall Square Lot 


$95,571 


$132,061 


$121,171 


Seventh/Harrison Lot 


$133,330 


$157,016 


$150,568 


Sutter/Stockton Garage 


$1,983,642 


$1,495,227 


$1,767,138 


FUNDS AVAILABLE 


$7,391,576 


$7,578,499 


$7,867,015 



* Represents 42% of Rental Fees Received. The Remaining 58% Goes To The Park and 
Recreation Department. 



SAN FRANCISCO PARKING AUTHORITY 
SOURCE OF FUNDS 

1986/87 and 1987/88 FISCAL YEARS 



1986/87 



2% 2% 



19% 



10% 




58% 



■ 


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M 


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5 


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1987/88 



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22% 




58% 



■ Meter Revenues 

El Performing Arts Garage 

LU St. Mary's Sq. Garage 

□ Sutter/Stockton Garage 

□ Vallejo Street Garage 
S Marshall Square Lot 
IED Seventh/Harrison Lot 



-9- 



SAN FRANCISCO PARKING AUTHORITY 

STATEMENT OF DEPARTMENTAL EXPENDITURES 
Fiscal Years 1986-87 &1 987-88 
Ending June 30 



1986-87 EXPENSES 1987-88 EXPENSES 



SALARIES & BENEFITS 


$151,806 




$163,235 




Staff Salaries 




Commission Salaries 


$3,350 




$2,700 




Fringe Benefits 


$41,859 




$45,136 




Subtotal 




$197,015 




$211,071 


CONTRACTUAL SERVICES 


$37,044 




$45,609 




Rental of Property 




Membership Dues 


$175 




$235 




Telephone 


$4,174 




$4,739 




Postage 


$2,000 




$2,200 




Equipment Maintenance 


$3,828 




$5,522 




Printing 


$56 




$171 




Training 


$100 




$0 




Travel 


$685 




$929 




Auto Reimbursement 


$995 




$725 




Lot Maintenance 


$59,935 




$71,554 




Misc. 


$722 




$822 




Subtotal 




$109,714 




$132,506 


FIXED CHARGES (TAXES) 




$252,695 




$300,488 


MATERIALS & SUPPLIES 




$1,127 




$1,157 


EQUIPMENT- PURCHASE/LEASE 




$19,014 




$4,074 


SERVICES OF CITY DEPARTMENTS 










Police 


$47,995 




$58,714 




Real Estate Department 


$84,305 




$126,977 




Tax Collector 


$450,682 




$511,690 




Electricity Department 


$309,136 




$310,266 




Controller - External Audit 


$8,510 




$0 




Civil Service 


$48 




$112 




Public Works 










Facilities Maintenance 


$31,129 




$71,858 




Building Repair 


$3,772 




$0 




Street Cleaning 


$5,331 




$12,091 




Street Repair 


$5,410 




$0 




Traffic & Parking Studies 


$8,655 




$4,746 




City Engineer 


$61,189 




$58,989 




Parking Stall Markings 


$37,458 




$17,993 




Building Inspection 


$2,641 




$244 




Purchasing/ Reproduction 


$1,379 




$2,627 




Insurance & Risk Reduction 


$822 




$998 




PUC - Electricity 


$40,394 




$50,108 




Maintenance 


$3,137 




$2,891 




City Attorney Services 


$101,716 




$101,716 




St. Mary's Sq. Ventilation Repair 


$0 




$36,960 




Vallejo St. Gar Ventilation Repair 


$0 




$24,308 




Subtotal 




$1,203,709 




$1,393,288 


GRAND TOTAL 


$1,783,274 


$2,042,584 



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SAN FRANCISCO PARKING AUTHORITY 
NON-PROFIT GARAGE TRANSIENT VOLUME 
Fiscal Years 1983-84 Thru 1987-88 



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O- Fifth-Mission 
■- Japan Center 
□- Sutter-Stockton 



1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 
YEAR 



Ellis O'Farrell 
Fifth Mission 
Japan Center 
Sutter Stockton 



1983-84 

748,831 
1,022,859 

501,349 
1,465,080 



1984-85 

831,779 
1,078,693 

526,315 
1,487,884 



1985-86 

791,931 

961,303 

532,308 

1,508,789 



1986-87 

832,657 
1,032,224 

579,000 
1,664,064 



1997-88 

862,574 
1,093,846 

769,016 
1,761,786 



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SAN FRANCISCO PARKING AUTHORITY 
LEASED GARAGE TRANSIENT VOLUME 
Fiscal Years 1983-84 Thru 1987-88 



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O- Moscone Center 
■- Performing Arts 
□- St. Mary's Sq. 
A- Vallejo Street 



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1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 

YEAR 



1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 



Golden Gateway 
Moscone Center 
Performing Arts 
St. Mary's Square 
Vallejo Street 



500,053 
NA 
132,855 
364,780 
268,800 



504,864 
161,730 
245,424 
348,030 
264,242 



383,767 
147,797 
232,695 
174,935 
267,516 



430,528 
159,083 
230,715 
126,503 
296,329 



1987-88 

458,374 
184,573 
246,608 
129,136 
308,166 



Note: The Moscone Garage Opened in July 1984. 

The Performing Arts Garage Opened in August 1983. 



•16- 



SAN FRANCISCO PARKING AUTHORITY 
NON-PROFIT GARAGE REVENUES 
Fiscal Years 1983-84 Thru 1987-88 



$5,000,000 T: 
$4,500,000 
$4,000,000 -| 
$3,500,000 | 
$3,000,000 
$2,500,000 - 
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$1,500,000 - 
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1984-85 



1985-86 
YEAR 



1986-87 



1987-88 



♦■ Ellis-O'Farrell 
•O- Fifth-Mission 
•■- Japan Center 
□- Sutter-Stockton 



Ellis O'Farrell 
Fifth-Mission 
Japan Center 
Sutter-Stockton 



1983-84 

$1,756,372 
$1,730,835 
$ 789,079 
$3,782,492 



1984-85 

$2,015,377 
$1,949,265 
$ 867,274 
$4,530,071 



1985-86 

$2,126,026 
$1,932,739 
$ 898,611 
$4,149,041 



1986-87 

$2,123,329 
$2,083,407 
$1,007,032 
$4,721 ,200 



1987-88 

$2,196,489 
$2,300,554 
$1,192,093 
$4,749,296 



Note: Revenues Shown Exclude 20% City Parking Tax 



-17- 



$3,000,000 -p 
$2,500,000 -| 
$2,000,000 -| 
$1,500,000 | 
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$500,000 ■- 
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LEASED GARAGE REVENUES 
Fiscal Years 1983-84 Thru 1987-88 



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1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 

YEAR 



♦- Golden Gateway 
O- Moscone Center 
■- Performing Arts 
Q- St. Mary's Sq. 
A- Vallejo Street 



Golden Gateway 
Moscone Center 
Performing Arts 
St. Mary's Sq. 
Vallejo Street 



1983-84 

$ 2,533,665 

NA 
$ 280,009 
$ 2,372,982 
$ 456,327 



1984-85 

$2,592,712 
$ 407,331 
$ 558,348 
$ 2,506,000 
$ 474,161 



1985-86 

$ 2,543,882 
$ 672,337 
$ 691,939 
$ 2,133,913 
$ 488,547 



1986-87 

$ 2,720,505 
$ 700,004 
$ 705,076 
$1,845,809 
$ 522,829 



1987-88 

$ 2,830,600 
$ 786,972 
$ 700,784 
$1,740,579 
$ 534,044 



Notes: Revenues Shown Exclude 20% City Parking Tax 
The Moscone Garage Opened in July 1984. 
The Performing Arts Garage Opened in August 1983. 



-18- 



SAN FRANCISCO PARKING AUTHORITY 
NON-PROFIT GARAGE TRANSIENT TURNOVER 
Fiscal Years 1983-84 Thru 1987-88 



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1985-86 
YEAR 



1986-87 



1987-88 



1983-84 



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1986-87 



1987-88 



Ellis O'Farrell 
Fifth-Mission 
Japan Center 
Sutter-Stockton 



3.91 
1.70 
3.33 
2.17 



3.90 
2.03 
3.50 
2.44 



3.33 
2.33 
3.54 
2.24 



3.50 
2.51 
3.57 
2.47 



3.53 
2.90 
3.80 
2.62 



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SAN FRANCISCO PARKING AUTHORITY 
LEASED GARAGE TRANSIENT TURNOVER 
Fiscal Years 1983-84 Thru 1987-88 





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1983-84 



1984-85 



1985-86 
YEAR 



1986-87 



1987-88 



1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 



Golden Gateway 


2.64 


2.16 


1.85 


2.07 


2.33 


Moscone Center 


NA 


0.74 


1.11 


1.20 


1.36 


Performing Arts 


0.58 


1.14 


1.15 


1.14 


1.22 


St. Mary's Sq. 


1.77 


1.40 


1.26 


0.91 


0.94 


Vallejo Street 


5.08 


4.83 


4.99 


5.52 


5.74 



Note: The Moscone Garage Opened in July 1984. 

The Performing Arts Garage Opened in August 1983. 



-20- 



LOCATIONS OF PARKING FACILITIES 
OVERSEEN BY 
SAN FRANCISCO PARKING AUTHORITY 



-21- 



SAN FRANCISCO PARKING AUTHORITY 
Locations of Attended Parking Facilities 



Garages 



Ellis O'Farrell 



Fifth & Mission 



Golden Gateway 



Japan Center 

Main Garage 
Fillmore Annex 

Lombard Street 



Moscone Center 
Performing Arts 
St. Mary's Square 
Sutter Stockton 
Vallejo Street 



Spaces 



760 



1782 



1112 



715 
160 

205 



732 
612 
828 
1865 
163 
8934 

Lots 
Marshall Square Plaza 127 

Seventh and Harrison 310 



Polk-McAllister 



60 



497 



Address and Location 



123 O'Farrell Street 

( O'Farrell Street between Powell and Stockton Streets) 

833 Mission Street 

( Mission Street between Fourth and Fifth Streets) 

250 Clay Street 

( Clay Street between Battery and Davis Streets) 



1660 Geary Blvd. between Buchanan and Webster Streets. 
Fillmore St. between Geary Blvd. & Post St. 

2055 Lombard Street 

( Lombard Street between Fillmore and Webster Streets) 

255 Third Street 

(Third Street between Howard and Folsom Streets) 

360 Grove Street 

( Grove Street between Gough and Franklin Streets) 

433 Kearny Street 

( Kearny Street between Pine and California Streets) 

444 Stockton Street 

( Stockton Street between Sutter and Bush Streets) 

766 Vallejo Street 

( Vallejo Street between Stockton and Powell Streets) 



24 Grove Street 

( Grove Street between Hyde and Larkin Streets) 

1009-11 Harrison Street 

( Harrison Street between Sixth and Seventh Streets) 

401 Polk Street 

( Corner of Polk and McAllister Streets) 



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SAN FRANCISCO PARKING AUTHORITY 
Locations of Off-Street Metered Parking Facilities 



Metered Areas 



CLEMENT 



8th Ave & Clement 
9th Ave & Clement 



Spaces 



33 
28 



Address and Location 



320-324 8th Avenue ( Between Geary Blvd. & Clement Stre 
330 9th Avenue ( Between Geary Blvd. & Clement Street) 



EUREKA VALLEY 



17th St. & Castro St. 


21 


18th St. & 




Collingwood St. 


20 


EXCELSIOR 




Norton & Mission St. 


30 


GEARY 





16th & Geary Blvd. 109 

18th & Geary Blvd. 36 

21th & Geary Blvd. 22 



457 Castro Street ( Between 17th and 18th Streets) 
4116 18th Street ( Between Castro & Collingwood Streets) 

20 Norton Street ( Between Mission St. & Alemany Blvd.) 



5200 Geary Blvd. (Between 16th & 17th Avenues) 
419-23 18th Ave. ( Between Geary Blvd. & Anza St.) 
5732 Geary Blvd. (Between 21th and 22th Avenues) 



LAKESIDE VILLAGE 



Junipero Serra Blvd. 




& Ocean 


22 


19th Ave & Ocean 


21 


MARNIA 




Pierce St./Chesnut 


114 


MISSION 




16th St./Hoff St. 


115 


24th St./Capp St. 


20 


Mission/ Bartlett 


371 


NOE VALLEY 




24th St./Noe St. 


16 



2500 Ocean Ave. ( Corner Juniperro Serra/ Ocean Ave.) 
3000 19th Avenue ( Corner 19th Ave/ Ocean Ave.) 



3252 Pierce St. ( Between Chestnut & Lombard Streets) 



20-80 Hoff Street ( Between 16th Street & 17th Street) 
1-11 Lilac Street ( Corner of 24th and Capp Streets) 
50 Bartlett Street (Between 21th & 22th Streets) 



4061 24th Street ( Between Noe and Castro Streets) 



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SAN FRANCISCO PARKING AUTHORITY 
Locations of Off-Street Metered Parking Facilities 



Metered Areas Spaces 



POLK 

Bush St. /Polk St. 



Address and Location 



26 1360 Bush St. (Between Bush & Polk Streets) 



PORTOLA 

Felton St/San Bruno 



11 25 Felton Street ( Between Girard St. and San Bruno Ave) 



SUNSET 




6th Ave/ Irving St. 


46 


7th Ave/ Irving 


35 


8th Ave./ Irving St. 


35 


20th Ave/ Irving St. 


25 



1355 6th Avenue ( Between Irving and Judah Streets) 

1340 7th Avenue (Between Irving and Judah Streets) 

1325 8th Avenue (Between Irving and Judah Streets) 

1275 20th Avenue (Between Irving St and Lincoln Way) 



WEST PORTAL 



Claremont St/Ulloa 
West Portal Ave & 
Vicente Street 


24 
20 


Total Off-Street 

Metered Spaces 


1200 



807-825 Ulloa Street ( Corner Claremont Blvd/Ulloa Ave) 
174 West Portal Avenue( Between 14th Ave and Vicente St) 



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PARKING GARAGE 
ACTIVITY SUMMARY 

(For Year Ending April 30, 1988) 



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CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO OWNED PARKING GARAGES 



Garage: ELLIS/O'FARRELL 
Address: 123 O'Farrell Street 

Parking Area: 

Number of Floors: 7 
Size: 222,466 square feet 

Spaces: 760 

Transient: 670 
Monthly: 90 

Retail Space: 

Size: 12,100 Square Feet Tenants: 6 

Area Serviced: Downtown Retail 
Predominant User: Shoppers 

Type of Parking: Semi-Attendant- O'Farrell Street Entrance 
Attendant - Ellis Street Entrance 

Hours of Operation: 24 Hours 

Vehicles Parked (Yr. ended April 30, 1988): 886,334 
Daily Average - Transient Turnover: 3.53 



Gross Income (Yr. ended April 30, 1988): $ 2.515.883 

Parking: $2,108,803 

Commercial: $ 407,080 

Pricing: Inexpensive At Low End 

Fee Range: 

Transient: $.65/ 1st Hour to $14.00/ 24 Hr. Max. 

Monthly: $156.55 Roof 

$182.65 Inside 
( New Rates, Not Noted Here Were Implemented August 15, 1988) 

Type of Revenue Control Equipment: Seacom 

Operator: The Parking Place 
Rental: Management Fee 



Garage Features: Garage has two entry lanes, one each on Ellis and O'Farrell 
Streets, and three exit lanes, one off of O'Farrell Street and two off of Ellis Street; three 
elevators; auto repair and car wash service available. 

Garage History: City acquired existing parking facility in 1964 with funds 
($2,800,000) obtained through the sale of bonds issued by the San Francisco Ellis 
O'Farrell Parking Non-Profit Corporation. 

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CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO OWNED PARKING GARAGES 



Garage: FIFTH/MISSION 
Address: 833 Mission Street 

Parking Area: 

Number of Floors: 6 
Size: 726,000 square feet 

Spaces: 1782 

Transient: 1032 
Monthly: 750 

Retail Space: None 

Area Serviced: Downtown Retail/South of Market 
Predominant User: Shoppers/Businessman/Convention Goers 

Type of Parking: Self Park 
Hours of Operation: 24 Hours 

Vehicles Parked (Yr. ended April 30, 1988): 1,291,846 
Daily Average - Transient Turnover: 2.9 



Gross Income (Yr. ended April 30, 1988): $2,757,803 



Pricing: Inexpensive at Low End 

Fee Range: 

Transient: $ .50/ 1st Hour to $8.00/ 24 Hr. Max. 
Monthly: $ 78.30 

( New Rates, Not Noted Here Were Implemented August 15, 1988) 

Type of Revenue Control Equipment: Seacom 

Operator: Onorato Parking Company 
Rental: Management Fee 



Garage Features: Garage has three entrances, one each on Fourth, Fifth and Mission 
Streets and seven exit lanes, three on Minna Street, and two each on Mission and Fourth 
Streets; five elevators; motorcycle parking area; restrooms; battery boost service; and 
security patrols. 

Garage History: Land purchased By City in 1957 for $1,690,970 from City's Off- 
Street Parking Fund. Initial Garage (938 spaces) constructed in 1958 with funds 
obtained through sale of a Bonds ($2,966,697)issued by Downtown Parking Non-Profit 
Corporation. First expansion (534 spaces) completed in 1961 with sale of additional 
bonds ($1,000,000) by non-profit corporation. Second Expansion ( 310 spaces) 
completed in 1970 with proceeds out of net revenues ($1,446,800). 



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CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO OWNED PARKING GARAGES 



Garage: GOLDEN GATEWAY 
Address: 250 Clay Street 

Parking Area: 

Number of Floors: 3 

Size: 226,800 square feet 

Spaces: 1112 

Transient: 787 
Monthly: 325 

Retail Space: None 

Area Serviced: Financial District 
Predominant User: Businessman 

Type of Parking: Self Park 

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 6am-Midnight 

Vehicles Parked (Yr. ended April 30, 1988): 544,174 
Daily Average - Transient Turnover: 2.33 



Gross Income (Yr. ended April 30, 1988): $3,365,604 
Pricing: Moderate 

Fee Range: 

Transient: $1.00/ 1st Hour to $13.50/ 24 Hr. Max. 
Monthly: $208.70 

( New Rates, Not Noted Here Were Implemented August 15, 1988) 

Type of Revenue Control Equipment: Amano 

Operator: Golden Gate Parking 

Rental: 80.674% of gross revenues (after exclusion of 20% City parking tax) 



Garage Features: Garage is located below park and office buildings in Golden Gateway 
complex. The garage facility is located in two sections that are joined by a tunnel in 
basement level. Garage has one set of entry and exit lanes on Clay Street and 
Washington Streets; and security patrols. 

Garage History: The garage was built in 1965 after the City of San Francisco Golden 
Gateway Parking Non-Profit Corporation acquired the site situated in the Golden Gateway 
redevelopment area, and arranged for bond financing ($7,225,000) for the garage and 
park. In 1986 the outstanding bonds were paid off and the non-profit corporation was 
dissolved. 



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CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO OWNED PARKING GARAGES 



Garage: JAPAN CENTER 
Address: 1660 Geary Blvd. 

Parking Area: 

Number of Floors: 2 

Size: 352,100 square feet 

Spaces: 875 

Main Garage: 715 
Annex: 160 

Transient: 555 
Monthly: 320 

Retail Space: None 

Area Serviced: Japan Center Complex/Lower Fillmore Street 
Predominant User: Shoppers/ Diners/ Theatregoers 

Type of Parking: Self Park 

Hours of Operation: Main Garage: Monday-Friday 6:30am-2:30am 

Saturday and Sunday - 24 Hours 
Annex: Sunday- Saturday 6:30am - 1:30am 

Vehicles Parked (Yr. ended April 30, 1988): 858,588 
Daily Average - Transient Turnover: 3.8 



Gross Income (Yr. ended April 30, 1988): $2,381,881 
Pricing: Inexpensive at Low End 

Fee Range: 

Transient: $.65/ 1st Hour to $7.50/ 24 Hr. Max. 
Monthly: $93.95 

Type of Revenue Control Equipment: Amano 

Operator: The Parking Place 
Rental: Management Fee 



Garage Features: Garage facility located in two buildings. The main garage has 
entrances and exits on Geary Blvd. and Post Street. The Annex Garage has an entry and 
exit off Fillmore Street. The garage has special monthly parking arrangements with 
hospitals in the area. Validation programs serve users of complex stores and AMC 
theater facility. 

Garage History: In 1965 the City of San Francisco and City of San Francisco Western 
Addition Non-Profit Corporation, acquired the lower portion of the property beneath the 
Japanese Cultural and Trade Center and sold bonds($3,672,000) to finance the 
construction of the public parking facility. 

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CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO OWNED PARKING GARAGES 



Garage: LOMBARD STREET 
Address: 2055 Lombard Street 

Parking Area: 

Number of Floors: 4 
Size: 85,260 square feet 

Spaces: 205 

Transient: 205 
Monthly: 

Retail Space: 

Size: 14,437 Square Feet Tenants: 1 

Area Serviced: Marina/Union Street District 
Predominant User: Shoppers/Diners 

Type of Parking: Self Park 

Hours of Operation: Sunday-Saturday, 9am- 3am 

Vehicles Parked (Yr. ended April 30, 1988): 28,253 
Daily Average - Transient Turnover: .96 

Gross Income (Yr. ended April 30, 1988): $ 42.363 

Parking: $ 42,363 

Commercial: $ 



Pricing: Inexpensive At Low End 

Fee Range: 

Transient Day: $.50/ 1st Hour to $11.00/ 24 Hr. Max. 
Transient Night: $.50/1 st Hour to $ 3.00/ 3Hr. Max. 
Monthly: None 
( New Rates, Not Noted Here Were Implemented August 15, 1988) 

Type of Revenue Control Equipment: Amano 

Operator: Five Star Parking 

Rental: 67.18 % of gross revenues (after exclusion of 20% City parking tax) 

With a $10,000/ month minimum 



Garage Features: One entry and one exit lane located on Moulton Alley; elevator; 
disabled person accommodations; United States Post Office is planned for first Floor 
commercial space. 



Garage History: Parking Authority leased land in 1984 from San Francisco School 
District. Building constructed in 1986-87 from funds($ 3,831,020) supplied by 
City's Off-Street Parking Fund. 



City currently negotiating with US Postal Service for lease of commercial space. 
Garage began operation December 10, 1987. 

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CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO OWNED PARKING GARAGES 



Garage: MOSCONE CENTER 
Address: 255 Third Street 

Parking Area: 

Number of Floors: 8 

Size: 255,444 square feet 

Spaces: 732 

Transient: 454 
Monthly: 278 

Retail Space: 

Size: 5500 Square Feet Tenant Spaces: 3 Occupied, 4 Vacant 

Area Serviced: South of Market, Moscone Convention Center 
Predominant User: Businessman and Conventioneers 

Type of Parking: Self Park 

Hours of Operation: Monday -Saturday 6am-10pm & Sundays when special events 

are scheduled at the convention center. 

Vehicles Parked (Yr. ended April 30, 1988): 257,588 
Daily Average - Transient Turnover: 1.36 



Gross Income (Yr. ended April 30, 1988): $ 993.907 

Parking: $ 944,343 

Commercial: $ 49,564 

Pricing: Inexpensive At Low End 

Fee Range: 

Transient: $.50/ 1st Hour to $8.00/ 24 Hr. Max. 
Early Bird: $ 4.00 Special Event: $5.00 

Monthly: $ 78.30 

( New Rates, Not Noted Here Were Implemented August 15, 1988) 

Type of Revenue Control Equipment: Seacom 

Operator: Golden Gate Parking Company 

Rental: 60.674% of gross revenues ( after exclusion of 20% City parking tax) 
With a $20,000/month minimum. 



Garage Features: The garage has two entry lanes, one on Third Street and one on 
Howard Street, and three exit lanes two on Third Street and one on Howard Street; and 
two elevators.The building houses public art works, spider pelt on front wall, painting 
on second and third floor lobby areas and sculptures in mall area. 

Garage History: The property was acquired in 1980 and the garage was constructed 
in 1983-84 with proceeds ($6,813,750) from a $11,470,000 bond sale by the 
Parking Authority. Garage operation and commercial rentals to the Parking Authority 
constitute the primary source of funds for the debt service. 

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CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO OWNED PARKING GARAGES 



Garage: PERFORMING ARTS 
Address: 360 Grove Street 

Parking Area: 

Number of Floors: 6 
Size: 213,564 square feet 

Spaces: 612 

Transient: 552 
Monthly: 60 

Retail Space: 

Size: 4,836 Square Feet Tenants: 2 

Area Serviced: Civic Center 

Predominant User: Arts Patrons and Persons Conducting Government Business 

Type of Parking: Self Park 

Hours of Operation: Monday-Saturday, 6am-12am and Sundays when events are 

scheduled in Civic Center Area. Garage stays open additional 

evening hours when events run late. 

Vehicles Parked (Yr. ended April 30, 1988): 265,757 
Daily Average - Transient Turnover: 1.22 



Gross Income (Yr. ended April 30, 1988): S 895.521 

Parking: $ 840,921 

Commercial: $ 54,600 

Pricing: Inexpensive At Low End 

Fee Range: 

Transient: $.50/ 1st Hour to $9.00/ 24 Hr. Max. 
Early Bird: $ 3.25 Special Event: $3.25 

Monthly: $ 78.30 

( New Rates, Not Noted Here Were Implemented August 15, 1988) 

Type of Revenue Control Equipment: Seacom 

Operator: Five Star Parking 

Rental: 53.56% of gross revenues ( after exclusion of 20% City parking tax) 



Garage Features: Garage has two entry and exit lanes, one each on Grove and Gough 
Streets; two elevators; excellent directional graphics; building art work; and disabled 
person accommodations. 



Garage History: Parking Authority acquired property in 1980. Garage constructed 
in 1982-83. Property acquisition and construction costs ($5,070,000) funded 
through the City's Off-Street parking fund. Commercial spaces added in 1986 at a cost 
of $524,500. 

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CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO OWNED PARKING GARAGES 



Garage: ST. MARY'S SQUARE 
Address: 433 Kearny Street 

Parking Area: 

Number of Floors: 6 
Size: 245,445 square feet 

Spaces: 828 

Transient: 378 

Monthly: 450 

Retail Space: 

Size: 825 Square Feet Tenants: 2 

Area Serviced: Financial District 
Predominant User: Businessman 

Type of Parking: Attendant - During Day 

Self-Park at Night and Weekends 

Hours of Operation: 24 Hours 

Vehicles Parked (Yr. ended April 30, 1988): 247,936 
Daily Average - Transient Turnover: .94 



Gross Income (Yr. ended April 30, 1988): $ 2.142.745 

Parking: $ 2,091,614 

Commercial: $ 51,131 

Pricing: Competitive with private operators in area. 

Fee Range: 

Transient - Attendant Rates: $1.50/ 1st 1/2 Hour to $14.00/ 24 Hr. Max. 

-Self Park Rates: $ .50/Hr to $11.00/24 Hr. Max. 
Monthly: $208.70 

( New Rates, Not Noted Here Were Implemented August 15, 1988) 

Type of Revenue Control Equipment: Amano 

Operator: Metropolitan Parking Corporation 

Rental: 64.28% of gross revenues (after exclusion of 20% City parking tax) 
with a $60,000 minimum monthly payment. 

Garage Features: Garage has three entrances and exits, one each on Kearny , California, 
and Pine Streets; escalators; restrooms; valet park operation during the day, and lower priced 
self park operation at night and on weekends; Rent-a-car agency and public mailbox store 
located on ground floor. 

Garage History: Land on which garage sits is comprised of three parcels, one parcel 
purchased in 1950 by City for $417,513 from Off-Street Parking Fund, another parcel 
controlled by Recreation and Park Department and the third was a vacated street. In 1952, the 
City leased the land to a parking developer for 33 years. The developer built garage for 
$1,676,508. Building reverted back to the City in 1985 and was leased to current operator. 
Parking Authority and Recreation and Park Department share in rental income from garage. 

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CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO OWNED PARKING GARAGES 



Garage: SUTTER/STOCKTON 
Address: 444 Stockton Street 

Parking Area: 

Number of Floors: 12 
Size: 745,000 square feet 

Spaces: 1865 

Transient: 1842 
Monthly: 23 

Retail Space: 

Size: 30,000 Square Feet Tenants: 11 

Area Serviced: Downtown Retail/Medical 
Predominant User: Shoppers/Patients 

Type of Parking: Self Park 
Hours of Operation: 24 Hours 

Vehicles Parked (Yr. ended April 30, 1988): 1,767,860 
Daily Average - Transient Turnover: 2.62 



Gross Income (Yr. ended April 30, 1988): $5.401 .200 

Parking: $4,585,200 

Commercial: $ 816,000 

Pricing: Inexpensive At Low End 

Fee Range: 

Transient: $.50/ 1st Hour to $14.00/ 24 Hr. Max. 

Monthly: $156.55 

( New Rates, Not Noted Here Were Implemented August 15, 1988) 

Type of Revenue Control Equipment: Amano 

Operator: System Parking of Northern California 
Rental: Management Fee 



Garage Features: Two different entrances, one on Sutter Street and one of Bush Street and 
three different exits, Sutter Street, Pine Street and Bush, each with two lanes; excellent 
directional graphics and signing; motorcycle parking area; pay on foot station; air quality 
evaluators; area counter system; disabled person accommodations; retail display cases; high 
speed elevators; restrooms; and security patrols. 

Garage History: Land purchased By City in 1958. Initial Garage (870 spaces) constructed 
in 1959-60 with funds($3,837,177) primarily obtained through sale of a Bonds Issued By 
Uptown Parking Non-Profit Corporation. First expansion (555 spaces) completed in 1975 with 
sale of additional bonds ($4,100,000) by non-profit corporation. Second Expansion ( 345 
spaces) completed in 1986 ($ 3,600,000) with proceeds out of net revenues. Balance of 
current spaces obtained through restriping. 

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CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO OWNED PARKING GARAGES 



Garage: VALLEJO STREET 
Address: 766 Vallejo Street 

Parking Area: 

Number of Floors: 

Size: 70,760 square feet 

Spaces: 163 

Transient: 147 
Monthly: 16 

Retail Space: None 

Area Serviced: North Beach, Chinatown 
Predominant User: Shoppers/Diners 

Type of Parking: Self Park 

Hours of Operation: Monday-Saturday 7am-2am 

Sundays & Holidays: 9am - Midnight 

Vehicles Parked (Yr. ended April 30, 1988): 313,239 
Daily Average - Transient Turnover: 5.74 

Gross Income (Yr. ended April 30, 1988): $639,121 



Pricing: Inexpensive At Low End 

Fee Range: 

Transient - Day: $.50/ 1st Hour to $18.00/ 24 Hr. Max. 

Nights and Sundays: $1 .00/1 st Hour to $7.50/Max. 
Monthly: $156.55 

( New Rates, Not Noted Here Were Implemented August 15, 1988) 

Type of Revenue Control Equipment: Amano 

Operator: Metropolitan Parking Corporation 

Rental: 72.828% of gross revenues ( after exclusion of 20% City parking tax) 



Garage Features: One entry and one exit lane on Vallejo Street; and two elevators. 
Central Police Station located on first floor and basement levels of building. 

Garage History: The building was constructed in 1969 by the City with monies 
provided by the off-street parking fund ($967,695) and City's general fund. 



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PARKING LOT 
ACTIVITY SUMMARY 

(For Year Ending April 30, 1988) 



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CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO OWNED PARKING LOTS 



Lot: MARSHALL SQUARE PLAZA 
Address: 24 Grove Street 

Parking Area: 

Size: 37,650 square feet 

Spaces: 127 

Transient: 127 
Monthly: 



Area Serviced: Civic Center 

Predominant User: Patrons of Performing Arts Events, Exhibits, Farmers Market 

and Persons Conducting Government Business in Civic Center Area. 

Type of Parking: Self Park 

Hours of Operation: 24 Hours/7 Days / Week 

Attendant Required Monday -Friday, 7:00 am - 6:00 pm 

and Saturday, Sundays and evenings when events are scheduled in 

Civic Center Area. At other times, collection box is used. 

Vehicles Parked (Yr. ended April 30, 1988): 78,884 
Daily Average - Transient Turnover: 1.7 



Gross Income (Yr. ended April 30, 1988): $ 222.146 



Pricing: Inexpensive At Low End 

Fee Range: 

Transient: $.50/ 1st Hour to $9.50/ 24 Hr. Max. 

Special Event: $3.00 

Overnight: $3.00 

( New Rates, Not Noted Here Were Implemented August 15, 1988) 

Type of Revenue Control Equipment: Amano 

Operator: City Parking Company 

Rental: 64.19% of gross revenues ( after exclusion of 20% City parking tax) 
With a $5,500 /month minimum 



Lot Features: Lot has one entry and one exit lane located on Grove Street; pedestrian 
access to the lot is off of Grove, Hyde, and Fulton Streets. 



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CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO OWNED PARKING LOTS 



Lot: polk/ McAllister 

Address: 401 Polk Street 

Parking Area: 

Size: 16,500 square feet 

Spaces: 60 

Transient: 60 
Monthly: 



Area Serviced: Civic Center 

Predominant User: Patrons of Performing Arts Events, Exhibits, and 

Persons Conducting Government Business in Civic Center Area. 

Type of Parking: Semi/Attended -Day; Self-Park -Night and Weekends 
Hours of Operation: 24 Hours/7 Days / Week 

Attendant Required Monday -Friday, 7:00 am - 6:00 pm 

At other times, collection box is used. 

Vehicles Parked (Yr. ended April 30, 1988): 70,862 
Daily Average - Transient Turnover: 3.24 



Gross Income (Yr. ended April 30, 1988): $ 180.868 



Pricing: Moderate 

Fee Range: 

Transient: $ 1.00/ 1st Hour to $9.00/ 24 Hr. Max. 

Evening/Saturday/Sunday: $3.00 

Overnight: $3.00 

( New Rates, Not Noted Here Were Implemented August 15, 1988) 

Type of Revenue Control Equipment: Amano 

Operator: Golden Gate Parking Company 

Rental: 56.647% of gross revenues ( after exclusion of 20% City parking tax) 
With a $2,500 /month minimum 



Lot Features: Lot has vehicle entry and exit lanes and pedestrian access on Polk and 
McAllister Streets. During weekdays, capacity of lot is expanded thru stacking. 



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CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO OWNED PARKING LOTS 



Lot: SEVENTH & HARRSION PARKING PLAZA 
Address: 1009 Harrsion Street 

Parking Area: 

Size: 128,336 square feet 

Spaces: 310 

Transient: 310 
Monthly: 



Area Serviced: South of Market / Hall of Justice 

Predominant User: Persons Conducting Business in Hall of Justice; Patrons of 

South of Market nightclubs and restaurants. 

Type of Parking: Self Park 

Hours of Operation: 24 Hours/7 Days / Week 

Attendant Required Monday -Friday, 7:00 am - 7:00 pm. 

At other times, collection box is used. 

Vehicles Parked (Yr. ended April 30, 1988): 200,499 
Daily Average - Transient Turnover: 2.59 



Gross Income (Yr. ended April 30, 1988): $ 252. 044 



Pricing: Inexpensive At Low End 

Fee Range: 

Transient: $.50/ 1st Hour to $5.25/ 24 Hr. Max. 

$1.00/ Overnight 
( New Rates, Not Noted Here Were Implemented August 15, 1988) 



Type of Revenue Control Equipment: Amano 

Operator: Golden Gate Parking Company 

Rental: 71.648% of gross revenues ( after exclusion of 20% City parking tax) 
With a $7,000 /month minimum 



Lot Features: Lot has one entry and one exit lane located off Harrison Street. Lot is 
located directly behind Hall of Justice and has easy pedestrian access to that building 
and Harrison Street. 



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